The study of 60 metropolitan areas by the American ElectronicsAssociation and the Nasdaq Stock Market found that San Diego had60,000 technology workers in 1998. The report shows that San Diegois the nation's third-largest city in consumer electronicsmanufacturing employment.

Workers at San Diego's 2,200 high-tech companies make an averagesalary of $53,000 a year--69% more than the average private-sectorwage.

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