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Washington, D.C. — Average salary*: $99,618

*2011-2012 data evaluating 3,000 technology salaries

CyberCoders, a leading worldwide recruiting firm utilizing technology and recruiters to match leading companies and great people to find the optimum career fit, revealed which cities pay the highest average salary for technology jobs.  CyberCoders data reveals that well-known technology hubs such as San Jose, San Francisco and New York’s silicon alley rank highest in pay versus smaller cities such as Phoenix, St. Louis and Tampa. Ranking first overall is the bay area’s San Jose, followed by New York, Boston, Los Angeles and rounding out the top ten — the city of Dallas.

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