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SAN JOSE-It’s not surprising that Silicon Valley should come out on top of the heap for “tech talent” ratings in a new CBRE Group report. San Jose and its northwestern neighbor, San Francisco, ranked first and third, respectively, among tech talent markets, with the nation’s capital coming in second, and Boston and Seattle rounding out the top five. Beyond helping to shape the office and industrial tenant bases in these markets, the clustering of tech talent also has implications for development and redevelopment both in the urban CBDs and in submarkets outside them, CBRE says.

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