CHARLOTTE, North Carolina — Charlotte is considered #1 among the cities which has one of the high quality of life and job opportunities for information technology professionals. The ranking is taken from an IT association’s rankings.
The IT association, called CompTIA, checked 20 metro areas during the last year and ranked those cities base on some factors which include the cost of living and open IT opportunities.
North Carolina included 3 cities: Raleigh at number 2 and Durham-Chapel Hill which took the 15th spot.
Due to CompTIA, Charlotte has the following mentioned below:
When thinking about IT job opportunities, the cost of living can attract people too, according to Charlotte Chamber President Bob Morgan.
Also, he said that the IT job opportunities had a growth from 2015 at about 59% citing a national CBRE study.
The growth is driven by headquarters located in Charlotte such as Duke Energy and Lowe’s. Per Morgan, in the economy of Charlotte, there is a lot of activities and changes happening.