Internet employment statistic reveals where the internet job opportunities are…
Revealed! Secret Geographic Hubs for Internet jobs…
For Americans earning a living in the well-known Internet job hubs, you may have had your fill of rain in Seattle and Tacoma, or the crazy cost of living in the San Francisco Bay, or the relentless heat in Texas summers, or the slush of Boston winters. A map holds the key to where new Internet job opportunities are.
On March 16, 2017, Harvard Business School Professor John Deighton published his third study on the Economic Value of the Advertising-Supported Internet Ecosystem: https://www.iab.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Economic-Value-Study-2017-FINAL2.pdf.
Dr. Deighton hired USgeocoder to map the Internet economy to illustrate the dispersion of Internet jobs across the US by congressional district. The following maps appear on pages 108, 109 of his report:
The usual places we think of as having Internet jobs do turn up as expected, shaded in black.
And now for the unlikely suspects you probably weren’t thinking of…
Western Idaho. Really? Yes, really.
Montana? Sure enough.
Southern New Mexico? You heard it here first.
Western New Hampshire? Yep, even in the Northeast.
Wow, if you like the great outdoors, these are some of the best places to live in the US!
So where do you want to live today?