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High-Tech Employment Shows Promise

By Deborah Rothberg  |  Posted 04-19-2006 Print
High-tech employment increased slightly in 2005, boasting 61,000 new jobs, with Florida, Maryland and New Hampshire leading the way.

U.S. high-tech employment increased 1 percent in 2005, bringing the nationwide total to 5.6 million, with the greatest gains in the electronic manufacturing, software, and engineering and tech services segments, according to the Cyberstates 2006 report released April 18 by the American Electronics Association, a nationwide trade association representing the technology industry.


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