Dallas Lands the Top 10 for Tech Sector Employment

 

North Texas is no Silicon Valley, but it’s still one of the fastest growing tech hubs in the US. A new Cyberstates report by CompTIA placed Dallas 7th for technology sector employment in 2019, in front of its Texas rival Austin. On this Business Casual segment, hosts Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern, and producer Taylor Bagley, discuss what this means for Dallas’ economy. The hosts break down…

  • How Dallas compares to other major tech hubs
  • The companies leading the DFW tech sector
  • Why the DFW suburb Plano attracts tech business
  • The economic lessons we do and don’t want to take away from Silicon Valley as Dallas’ tech footprint grows

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