Texas’ booming tech sector has attracted a wave of tech talent from around the world.
But for the first time, some of those tech workers have been able to work in Texas.
A new study by the Economic Policy Institute found that nearly half of the top 20 employers hiring web developers in the Lone Star State were from outside the U.S. The study showed that Texas is a tech hub, but many of the tech jobs in Texas are not paying enough to support the salaries.
The study found that in 2016, nearly 60% of the employers in Texas that hired web developers were from out of the U, and more than 70% of those employers were from the U., Canada, Japan, South Korea, Australia, the Middle East, and Europe.
The EPI study found there were more than 2,300 companies with web developers and developers in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. and a total of 4,543 employees.
Only five states had more than one state with more than 1,000 employers.
The numbers show that Texas has more than enough talent for the job.
There are nearly 2,200 people working in the U-verse market, and there are nearly 6,300 in the tech sector, according to the EPI.
More than half of those employees in the web development industry are women, and the majority of them are between the ages of 20 and 34, according the study.
The data also show that a majority of the workers are white, and nearly half are either Latino or Asian.
According to the study, the median pay for web developers is $80,000 per year, and it’s an area that could make Texas a more attractive place to work.
It’s also an area where there are significant skills gaps, according with the study:There are many reasons why this might be.
According to the report, Texas is the fifth most tech-rich state in the country, but a majority (52%) of the workforce is non-tech-based.
There’s a lack of a well-trained workforce for the jobs in the industry.
There’s also a lack in the types of companies that are hiring.
For instance, the majority (57%) of job openings in the Web development industry require at least a bachelor’s degree.
That’s a lot of jobs for people who don’t have a college degree.
Another issue is the type of tech skills that people need to get the job done.
While there are plenty of good technical skills, it’s the ability to work with people, said Scott Sallie, a senior economist at the EPRI.
There is a lot more of an emphasis on data visualization than there is on coding.
And there are a lot fewer web-based companies in Texas than there are in the rest of the country.
Sallie said that in addition to the shortage of technical skills in Texas, there is also a general lack of confidence in the local tech workforce, which could lead to an under-representation of those who are tech-savvy in Texas in the job market.