Thanks to the explosive popularity of generative AI chatbots such as ChatGPT, hiring for this particular skillset is more on the rise than ever before. But are firms concentrating on their usual hunting grounds for these people who are up on the latest technology needed to perform what humans have done? Or are they finding talent elsewhere? The answer is key because it could have a significant effect on both traditional and emerging tech hubs around the country. 

Results from CBRE’s report on Talent Insights from the second quarter of this year showed that AI talent is highly concentrated. One-third is in the top three primary markets and the remaining two-thirds are in the 10 largest markets.

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