Chart of the week: tech boom - Macleans.ca
 

Chart of the week: tech boom


 
Tech boom

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

The number of high-tech jobs in San Francisco is near the same level as during the dot-com frenzy in 2000—albeit using less office space


 
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Chart of the week: tech boom

  1. Too bad this is not happening in Canada. Once again, our politicians will wait until the boom is over and then have a bunch of great ideas to support the mobile development industry, just like they supported the internet industry just as it started to crash.

  2. Too bad this is not happening in Canada. Once again, our politicians will wait until the boom is over and then have a bunch of great ideas to support the mobile development industry, just like they supported the internet industry just as it started to crash.

  3. I have a web site where I give investment advise on penny stocks and stocks under five dollars. it just amazes me when I see the disparities in wealth and income between certain parts of the country and other parts of the country. in the areas surrounding the downtown areas in chicago new york boston other areas' also on the west coast like san francisco or seattle you see concentrations of wealth and income. this is a very distrubing trend to say the least. just blocks away in some of these areas their are areas of extreme poverty. theirs an area in the city of chicago called lincoln park their were a number of robberies taking place in this neighborhood' it was on TV well in some of the minority neighborhoods nearby they have to deal with crime on a daily basis' not just robberies' murder' car jackings the residents must sometimes fear dodging bullets from rival street gangs' if they go out at night. the news media does not run out to the west side of chicago when theirs a robbery. oh but a neighborhood like lincoln park is a different story why are the folks in lincoln park any different than folks anywhere else.