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In fourth place, Chicago was up 19 percent over 2010, with 3,666 jobs posted.

While the economy remains tight, IT job availability continues to outpace other sectors, especially in hard-to-fill skill areas. This slideshow highlights the top 10 metro locations for tech employment, identified by Dice.com, based on the number of jobs posted as of October 1, 2011.

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