“A little over a year ago, as the nation locked down due to COVID-19, some “experts” predicted that New York City was on the verge of going kaput. Too many people were moving out, they insisted. The rise of remote work was supposedly another nail in the city’s coffin—once you could work from anywhere, why would you bother paying several thousand dollars per month for a shoebox-sized apartment above a loud, busy avenue?
But predictions of New York City’s demise were premature. According to Burning Glass, which collects and analyzes millions of job postings from across the country, the Big Apple led all other cities in tech job postings over the past 90 days. Is this surprising? Not really.”