Columbus tops for tech workers

Columbus, Ohio, tops SmartAsset‘s list of Best Cities to Work in Tech in 2017. The site, which provides tools to aid financial decision-making, notes that “the city also benefits from being home to one of the largest schools in the county, Ohio State University, which supplies fresh-faced tech workers for local tech businesses. In fact Columbus is one of the best cities for new college grads.” More

TDAI connects businesses with student talent in data science and analytics to help meet growing workforce needs in these areas across industries. An upcoming report from TDAI will outline programs throughout the university that are preparing students for successful careers in one of the fastest-growing fields today.

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