Where should a new graduate be looking to move for the best IT career opportunities?
SilverHawk 1 year ago
My nephew is just about to complete a B.S. degree in Business Administration-Management Information Systems. His college is in South Carolina, and while there are some employment opportunities around there, graduation is fast approaching and he hasn't secured a position. He says that he is willing to move pretty much wherever needed in order to secure a good position in IT. What areas of the country have the best IT jobs potential, especially for a new graduate? I assume California is at or near the top of the list, but that is pretty much as far away from home as he could move except for Hawaii or Alaska, and closer to home would be more attractive to both my nephew and his parents. Are there currently any "hot spots" for IT hiring?
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