As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, many people in the computer industry are looking for new areas to live and work in. The Sacramento/Roseville metro region has been rated one of the greatest areas to work in tech by, indicating that it is primed to become a prominent landing point.

The Sacramento/Roseville urban area is the highest-ranking metro area in California, ranking 15th overall. examined 50 of the country’s largest metro areas in five different areas.

  1. Tech workers make an average wage. This is the average annual wage for computer and mathematics workers.
  2. The percentage of bachelor’s degree jobs now available that are in technology.
  3. The percentage of persons employed in the industry. Computer and mathematics workers are examples of tech workers.
  4. The ratio of the tech worker’s salary to the typical worker’s wage. A better ratio indicates that the average tech employee earns more than the average employee.
  5. The cost of living. This is the amount of money a single adult needs to cover the following major annual expenses: food, medical, housing, transportation, etc.

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