The Market for Tech Talent


Depending on the attrition rate for the retirement of baby boomers, tech jobs are estimated to double over the next decade, and while many perks from Silicon Valley companies have become legendary, the new pool of tech talent is looking for the same motivators found in most industries: advancement opportunities, recognition, continuing education, flexible work schedule and telecommuting. As far as hot tech employment locations, several cities such as New York City, San Francisco, and Boston will remain tech talent hubs. But there are some secondary hubs that are gaining traction such as Austin, Seattle and Vancouver.

Some of the fastest growing jobs in technology include web developers, data scientists, big data, software engineers and security professionals. What’s interesting is that tech talent can come from non-traditional backgrounds and thanks to technology there’s a variety of ways to get an education and experience in order to become a coder, a web designer or some other tech professional.


Dave Plaskow: Hello and welcome to EisnerAmper’s technology podcast series. With more than 500 technology clients, we’re always interested in the latest industry trends and developments, as well as any related business and accounting opportunities and challenges. Today’s topic is the market for tech talent. I’m your host Dave Plaskow and with us today is Dave Katz, senior audit manager in EisnerAmper’s technology and life science’s practice. We like to call this the Dave and Dave show. Dave, good seeing you again.

David Katz is a Senior Audit Manager providing domestic and international accounting, auditing and business consulting services to public and private clients in a variety of industries.

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