jobs in management, scientific and
technical consulting services
projected 5-year tech
industry job growth
jobs in the tech industry
Source: EMSI Occupation and Industry Characteristics 2020
Greater Sacramento offers a diverse technology industry with developments spanning from hardware to software design across numerous industries, including biomedicine, agriculture and mobility. International corporations capitalize on the region’s growing STEM-educated talent pool while collaborative government programs foster innovation. Talent are taking note of the region, which ranked #3 in the U.S. for net inflow of tech workers (LinkedIn).
Tech success stories
The Elk Grove campus employs over 5,000 on 78 acres and has planned an expansion of 24,000+ sq. ft.
The state and local communities have invested over $11 million in local infrastructure to support Intel’s Folsom campus, which was established in 1984 and now employs close to 6,000.
The 30,000 sq. ft. of new Class A creative office space in Midtown Sacramento will house a growing division of 150 employees.
A sound location for data centers
Seismic stability, three strong utility providers and a high-quality water supply make Greater Sacramento an ideal data center location. The region is home to California’s largest data center, Ragingwire’s “The RockSM”, whose 680,000-sq.-ft. center boasts over 52.7 megawatts of high-density critical IT capacity.
Explore the region’s tech-centric industries:
Top tech employers in Greater Sacramento
|wdt_ID||Unter||Location type||Employee count||Type|
|2||Apple Inc.||Branch||5,000||Communications equipment|
|3||Hewlett Packard Enterprise||Branch||2,000||Computer hardware and storage|
|5||Oracle Corporation||Branch||500||Computer hardware and storage|
Source: Sacramento Business Journal Book of Lists 2019