Technology is one of Nashville’s fastest growing industries, with the Nashville Business Journal originally reporting that CBRE’s 2018 Scoring Tech Talent Report found a 43.3 percent increase in tech workers in the past five years in Nashville, equaling a total of 8,800 tech worker increase.
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