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The City of San Jose is also a college town named to the Forbes.com list of Top 20 College Towns in America.

Such towns enjoy partnerships among colleges, businesses, and city/county agencies that work to increase incentives for business to move to the city, for residents to develop new businesses, and for businesses to create new jobs. Because of this, college towns often suffer less catastrophe during economic downturns.

At the end of 2009, over 41,100 job listings were active, bur jobs continued to increase through 2014. During March 2014, over 99,600 job listings were active for San Jose.

See which jobs are highest demand and well paying at:

via Jobs and Culture in San and Silicon Valley.

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