Toronto goes viral:
Check out these stories on Toronto’s tech job boom

Elevate is on a mission to strengthen the tech and innovation ecosystem in Canada. These stories are proving that Toronto is on its way to becoming the next big thing in tech. Look out Silicon Valley!

 

 

Bloomberg

Who Just Beat the Bay Area in Tech Jobs? Toronto 

Toronto’s tech scene is so hot the city created more jobs than the San Francisco Bay area, Seattle and Washington, D.C., combined last year, while leapfrogging New York in a ranking of “talent markets.”

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The Globe and Mail

Toronto ranks highest in tech jobs growth in Canada, U.S. 

Toronto has added the most technology jobs in the past five years and has the fourth-best tech talent market in Canada and the U.S., according to a new report released Tuesday.

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Toronto Star

Toronto beats San Francisco Bay area in new tech jobs, New York in ‘talent,’ survey finds 

Toronto’s tech scene is so hot the city created more jobs than the San Francisco Bay area, Seattle and Washington, D.C., combined last year

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Huffington Post

Toronto Beats Silicon Valley In Tech Job Creation: CBRE

The report by CBRE Group says Toronto added 82,100 technology-related jobs between 2012 and 2017 to beat out the San Francisco Bay Area for the spot by about 4,270 jobs.

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Daily Hive

Report: Toronto beats San Francisco Bay area in new tech jobs and New York in ‘talent’ 

A newly-released report has found that Toronto takes the top spot when it comes to tech jobs in North American cities.

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BlogTO

Toronto is now hotter than San Francisco for tech jobs 

Software developers, AI engineers and information systems professionals take note: You have a better chance at getting a prestigious high-tech job in Toronto than in Silicon Valley right now

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Toronto Sun

Toronto tops for tech jobs growth out of 50 cities: Report

Toronto added 82,100 technology-related jobs between 2012 and 2017 to beat out the San Francisco Bay Area for the spot by about 4,270 jobs. – Canadian Press

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