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The Best Cities for STEM and High Tech Jobs Outside Silicon Valley

While there are plenty of six-figure tech jobs in places like San Francisco and San Jose, there are also many high-paying jobs outside Silicon Valley in smaller, lesser-known tech hubs. The personal finance site GoBankingRates.com has calculated the percentage of STEM jobs and average STEM salaries over $80,000 a year in different metropolitan hubs in order to find the 20 best U.S. cities for landing a high-paying tech job outside of Northern California.

AI Will Change Every Job and Increase Demand For Creative Skills

Artificial intelligence is likely to change how every job is performed, eliminating work related to repetitive tasks but increasing the need for creative thinkers, according to a new study. These findings are contained in a report released by the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab on the future of work. The study found signs that AI is beginning to slowly redefine the nature of tasks performed in certain jobs as automation gains ground. The empirical research from the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab sheds new light on how tasks are reorganizing between people and machines as a result of AI and new technologies, as well the impact of these changes on society.

5 Job Hunting Tips for Computer Science Grads

Although the unemployment rate in the tech industry remains low, recent computer science graduates still face challenges during their transition into the real world. Employers can be leery of a perceived lack of practical experience and business skills on the part of people looking for their first real job. That does not mean you should be discouraged. Instead, it just means you should be ready to approach your search with careful planning, effort and focus.

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