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Subject:Re: Hot to Trot Places From:Jay Mead <jlmead -at- OURAY -dot- CUDENVER -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 30 Apr 1997 17:54:15 -0600
On Wed, 30 Apr 1997, Steve Read wrote:
> What can anyone say about Denver? I used to live there, and I'm
> thinking about going back next year.
Definitely. I heard today that the Front Range (Denver, Colo. Spgs.,
Boulder, Fort Collins, etc.) is the third-fastest-growing high
tech center in the US. Lots of new companies showing up, from start-ups to
the established gorillas (Sun is establishing a new 3500-person facility
here, e.g.). My impression is the market for tech writers, especially in
software, medical, and defense-related fields, is very good here. Check out
the Rocky Mountain Chapter STC at: