The New York Times: A Few Cities Have Cornered Innovation Jobs. Can That Be Changed?

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There are about a dozen industries at the frontier of innovation. They include software and pharmaceuticals, semiconductors and data processing. Most of their workers have science or tech degrees. They invest heavily in research and development. While they account for only 3 percent of all jobs, they account for 6 percent of the country’s economic output.

And if you don’t live in one of a handful of urban areas along the coasts, you are unlikely to get a job in one of them.

View full article in The New York Times. 

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