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CT. There's seems to be a glut of out-of-work dot-commers here. The whole "silicon alley" consisting of Greenwich, Stamford, and Norwalk (Southwest CT) seems very slow with almost no hiring going on.
How do the Phili and Boston areas look?
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It is very slow in the Washington D.C. area. Lots of consulting firm in the area receive federal government contracts and advertise recruiting U.S. citizen only. I am U.S. citizen, and yet have no luck so far.
 
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