The Chicago Tribune has been reporting for some time now that Apple, Google, Facebook, and other tech giants are in serious trouble in the region.
They’ve lost their jobs to competitors, and they’ve been under increasing pressure from governments and governments themselves.
And the reason they’re all over the map is that the technology companies are too busy to innovate.
So what is it about Chicago that allows them to thrive and thrive at the same time?
The answer is a combination of all of the above: a deep talent pool, a strong community, and a love of the outdoors.
The Chicago Sun-Times says that tech workers are the most diverse in the country, but that’s not the whole story.
They also note that Chicago is one of the top 10 most diverse cities in the world.
It’s not just the tech workers, either.
The Times also says that the city’s technology sector has grown by more than 30 percent since 2010.
That’s an impressive figure for a city that doesn’t even have an employment-based minimum wage yet.
According to the Times, tech workers now make up nearly one in four of the workforce.
That number has grown at an even faster rate in the last five years than the national unemployment rate, which rose to 6.5 percent in 2016.
It looks like we’re headed for another tech boom.
We’ve seen some big companies make big moves in the past few years, but we’re still not at the point where the tech sector is thriving.
It will take a lot more than a handful of tech giants to create the kind of tech jobs we want.
But if you’re willing to make some tough choices, Chicago has a lot to offer.