Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.
Written by Carrie Ghose.
Low cost of living and ability to tinker with some astoundingly fast computing power puts Columbus among the 10 best cities for working in technology for the second time in as many surveys from a financial data firm.
SmartAsset puts Columbus No. 8 in its 2015 ranking of best cities for tech jobs, citing Ohio State University, the state-owned Ohio Supercomputer Center and cost of living that’s 8 percent below national average. It was seventh last year, but is one of four cities that made the list both times in the study by SmartAsset, a New York City data analytics firm for personal finance.
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Originally published September 3, 2015.