Colorado Springs ranks 15th among the best places for technology workers, offering the best combination of quality of life and job prospects, according to a study by the Computing Industry Technology Association (CompTIA).
Colorado Springs moved up one spot from last year in the annual ranking, which is based on CompTIA’s evaluation of U.S. metro areas with populations of more than 250,000, where demand for technology professionals is high. Denver and Boulder also ranked in the top 15, with Denver falling one spot to 10th and Boulder moving up two spots to 12th. Colorado and North Carolina were the only states with three cities in the top 15.
The top rankings by the three Front Range cities was reinforced by the 2020 Milken Institute State Technology and Science Index, which ranked Colorado second to Massachusetts, the same rank both states