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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike D
    Yeah, the pay isn't great, but we're the highest paid people in New England.
    It is a stable position too.
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    Former CTO of a company in the Washington DC area, now a technology & management consultant based in the Valley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbes
    Former CTO of a company in the Washington DC area, now a technology & management consultant based in the Valley.
    Now that is cool. What is interesting is we do have several folks who are technology oriented. Not many here without a technology bent from what has been posted so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    Not many here without a technology bent from what has been posted so far.
    I wouldn't make that conclusion. You did ask about IT specifically. You tend to find what you are looking for, and not what you're not. Ask about another profession, or post a poll.

    Of course, people on any forum are likely to be tech-skewed. It's like asking people at the library if they like to read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike D
    I wouldn't make that conclusion. You did ask about IT specifically. You tend to find what you are looking for, and not what you're not. Ask about another profession, or post a poll.

    Of course, people on any forum are likely to be tech-skewed. It's like asking people at the library if they like to read.
    I looked for a way of doing a poll but did not find one. I participate on forums on other topics (photography, log homes, etc) and do not find that forum participants in general are tech-skewed. This forum does attract the tech-savvy folks - which I find different - which is why I posted my question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynntern
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