The U.S. technology sector added 182,000 new jobs in 2016, up nearly three percent, and approximately 10 of all new jobs added into the economy. Among the skills in top demand were data analytics, security, cloud computing and mobile.

Those are among the findings of the new report “Cyberstates 2017” from CompTIA, which looked at hiring trends in the tech sector including a state-by-state analysis of jobs added, wages paid, and skills sought.

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