A new internet radio show, launched by the North Carolina Technology Associations (NCTA), is focusing on the state's burgeoning technology sector and the impact it is having on the economy. Called NC Tech Talk, the show will air on the fourth Monday of every month from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm, featuring the success stories of local business leaders and innovators in the scene.
"We are excited to offer another platform to trumpet the tech sector, along with our member companies and their contribution to the vibrant tech sector in North Carolina," said Brooks Raiford, President & CEO of NCTA.
This news comes on the heels of positive employment announcements for North Carolina. According to the NCTA's monthly IT Workforce Market Analysis Report from June, unemployment fell to 6.2 percent for April, 2014, while IT-specific job openings increased by 4.8 percent. CIO.com also named Charlotte and Raleigh as two of the top ten cities across the entire US for technology careers - helping cement North Carolina's role as a growing center for tech innovation.
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