Home to many of the world's largest technology corporations, as well as thousands of tech startups, San Jose is at the heart of Silicon Valley, and has the highest concentration of high-tech workers of any metropolitan area, with 285.9 out of every 1,000 private-sector workers.VISIT OUR SILICON VALLEY CAMPUS
Ranking near the top of the list for tech hubs, Seattle offers many tech-related job opportunities. According to industry experts, the Seattle-Bellevue market is the No. 2 market in the country for high-tech growth, and venture capitalists invested $266 million in the tech industry in the second quarter of 2014.VISIT OUR SEATTLE CAMPUS
Los Angeles is home to offices of big tech names such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hulu, YouTube and Snapchat. Economists say LA's high tech sector rivals Silicon Valley in providing jobs. The region is considered the second or third-largest tech hub in the world, according to various reports.VISIT OUR LOS ANGELES CAMPUS
Not only is Dallas known for its established business scene, but the city is ranked as one of the nation’s fastest growing tech hubs. With roughly 3,000 tech companies and nearly 230,000 people employed in high-tech roles, some experts argue that the tech industry footprint of the Dallas-Fort Worth region is one of the biggest in the country.VISIT OUR DALLAS CAMPUS
With over 1,000 tech startups and a thriving STEM job market, our nation’s capital is becoming one of the largest tech hubs on the east coast. In fact, Forbes dubbed it to be the “No. 1 New Tech Hot Spot” in 2013.VISIT OUR WASHINGTON DC CAMPUS
Arguably the number one tech hub of the Midwest, Chicago is starting to be known as more than just the Windy City. From 2010 to 2013, Chicago’s tech-related job market grew by over 25% and ranked third in the nation. The city is also home to hundreds of prominent tech firms, such as Groupon and Salesforce, and boasts a vibrant startup scene.VISIT OUR CHICAGO CAMPUS
Located in the heart of the East Bay just outside San Francisco, Berkeley is on its way as one of the next big up-and-coming tech hubs, boasting more than 350 startups and over $400 million in venture funding. Drawing attention from entrepreneurs in the wider Bay Area and Silicon Valley, Berkeley is seeing growth in a variety of industries, notably software development, machine learning and innovative consumer goods.
Situated between Los Angeles and San Diego, Orange County has become a leading location for career growth in the technology industry due to its uniquely diverse group of high-tech companies. Netting $1 billion in venture capital in 2015, the area is home to heavy-hitters in gaming, information technology, life science technology, sports technology and clean technology.