Posted by Kelly Grant, TCC Senior Technical Recruiter

Indianapolis is ranked as the third best city for jobs in America according to Glassdoor’s List of Best Cities for Jobs 2020, https://www.glassdoor.com/List/Best-Cities-for-Jobs-LST_KQ0,20.htm

Glassdoor’s ranking took into consideration hiring opportunity, the cost of living, and job satisfaction. The report also included the cities’ job openings, median base salary, and median home value.

This is good news for the growing tech scene in Indianapolis. Indy may be considered a better choice than places like Silicon Valley when information technology professionals are looking for a new position.

The report states that the median base salary in Indianapolis is $50,268, the median home value is $178,836, and there are over 45,000 job openings.

The complete list by Glassdoor is below:

  1. Raleigh, North Carolina
  2. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  3. Indianapolis, Indiana
  4. Memphis, Tennessee
  5. Cleveland, Ohio
  6. St. Louis, Missouri
  7. Hartford, Connecticut
  8. Birmingham, Alabama
  9. Cincinnati, Ohio
  10. Detroit, Michigan
  11. Kansas City, Missouri
  12. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  13. Louisville, Kentucky
  14. Columbus, Ohio
  15. Chicago, Illinois
  16. San Jose, California
  17. Washington, D.C.
  18. Baltimore, Maryland
  19. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  20. Boston, Massachusetts
  21. Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota
  22. Richmond, Virginia
  23. Seattle, Washington
  24. Austin, Texas
  25. Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas

To learn more about TCC and our open positions please visit our website https://www.e-tcc.com/open-positions.

 

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