Today's post is still a little off (even after republish). You got the math right on the re-post, but I think your # of Tech talent is still off, either in yesterday's fact, or in today's. For example, yesterday's post says Seattle has 190k tech talent, while today says 345k.

Taylor, thanks for taking the time to write in! I'm going to take a fresh look at this over the weekend and publish on the topic next week. You're right that there is more to explore here, like the 190k number you referenced!

Sean, had a chance to update Seattle and re-send out to folks. I am going to take a deeper dive at the rest of the cities (and include more) for a follow up fact! Appreciate you writing in.

The math for Seattle seems off. 345K/4M should be 8.6% not 4.8%.

Today's post is still a little off (even after republish). You got the math right on the re-post, but I think your # of Tech talent is still off, either in yesterday's fact, or in today's. For example, yesterday's post says Seattle has 190k tech talent, while today says 345k.

Taylor, thanks for taking the time to write in! I'm going to take a fresh look at this over the weekend and publish on the topic next week. You're right that there is more to explore here, like the 190k number you referenced!

Hi, unfortunately several of your calculations are incorrect, which changes the order of cities quite a bit.

Seattle = 345,000 / 4,000,000 = 8.6%

Denver = 236,000 / 3,000,000 = 7.9%

San Francisco = 380,000 / 7,800,00 = 4.9%

Washington, D.C. = 260,000 / 6,400,000 = 4.1%

Boston = 190,000 / 4,900,00 = 3.9%

Atlanta = 188,000 / 5,100,000 = 3.7%

Dallas = 168,000 / 7,800,00 = 2.2%

Chicago = 145,000 / 9,500,000 = 1.5%

Los Angeles = 166,000 / 13,200,000 = 1.3%

New York Metro = 118,000 / 19,800,000 = 0.6%

Sean, had a chance to update Seattle and re-send out to folks. I am going to take a deeper dive at the rest of the cities (and include more) for a follow up fact! Appreciate you writing in.