Huntsville in Alabama may seem like one of the most unlikely cities to base a center for genomics and other biological-technological endeavors. Yet Huntsville turns out to be a great place to recruit high-tech workers. In fact, it’s one of a growing number of smaller U.S. cities, far from the grandiosity of Silicon Valley, that are seeking to replace dwindling factory jobs by reinventing themselves as tech centers. This article by Bloomberg looks beyond Silicon Valley to boost the U.S economy, and into the top 100 metro areas for creating STEM jobs.
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