BALTIMORE — The city of Baltimore is home to some of the best and most affordable schools for tech workers in the country.
It’s a hotbed for the Baltimore region’s burgeoning tech sector, and a number of tech companies have established offices here.
The city’s median household income, at $51,500, is well above the national average.
And with an unemployment rate hovering around 5 percent, it’s a major employer of young professionals.
The area is home only to a handful of tech giants like Facebook, Google, and Amazon, but it’s one of the few places in the nation with a vibrant tech scene.
Here’s a look at the 10 tech employers in Baltimore County that are most likely to hire people from tech.
The University of Maryland Baltimore County: Tech-savvy students from Maryland’s capital city have been flocking to The University Of Maryland Baltimore College since the 1970s, and it’s home to the largest student body of any university in the United States.
The college is ranked first in the state for technology hiring in 2016, and the majority of the graduates are in tech.
The university’s business school offers more than 60 bachelor’s degrees, and graduates have more than doubled the number of jobs since the last academic year.
More than 30,000 students from across the state and the nation, including many tech companies, are expected to apply for jobs this year.
The school’s technology hiring has been strong since the end of the recession, but more importantly, the college’s graduates are among the fastest-growing tech sector in the region.
The average age of the business school graduates is 25, and more than 80 percent are white.
The Maryland Institute College of Art: Located on the edge of downtown Baltimore, the Art Institute College has been the state’s largest art school since its founding in 1789.
Since then, the school has become a hub for arts and culture, attracting artists from all over the state, as well as international talent.
The Art Institute has been named one of Maryland’s Top 100 Schools of Design by the Maryland Institute of Technology.
The College has also become a home to a thriving arts scene, attracting national and international talent, including Justin Timberlake, David Guetta, and Beyonce.
The campus is home mostly to students from the Baltimore area, and is home a number artists who have performed at venues like the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.
The institution offers a range of degrees and certificate programs, including a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Design programs, which combine art and technology to create art-based experiences.
The Johns Hopkins University: This highly-regarded research university, located in Baltimore’s downtown core, is the second-largest university in Maryland, and has seen an explosion of students entering its STEM program in recent years.
Johns Hopkins has been home to more than 20,000 graduates, and over 40 percent of them have completed a bachelor’s degree.
The department of biomedical sciences offers nearly 600 undergraduate degrees in biochemistry, biophysics, bioengineering, and physiology.
More graduates are expected at the school in 2017, with a majority expected to go into biomedical sciences.
In addition to biomedical sciences, the Johns Hopkins campus offers a number science-based programs that include Bioengineering, Computer Science, and Chemistry.
The Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis: Located in the heart of St. Charles, this St. Paul, Minn., school has long attracted medical professionals from all across the nation and around the world.
Its student body, which includes more than 200 physicians, has grown from less than 2,000 in 2000 to over 35,000 today.
In the last 10 years, the hospital has seen a significant increase in its students, and its enrollment in 2020 is expected to be over 40,000.
The medical school has a strong reputation for medical technology, including the school’s $8 billion Medical Microsystems Innovation Center, and one of its first graduates, University of Minnesota grad student and entrepreneur Jason Schanz, is now a director of the medical technology company Myspace.
The School of Engineering also recently moved its headquarters to the area to expand its capabilities.
More students are expected in 2017 at the university, with nearly half expected to graduate with degrees in engineering and technology.
the University of Georgia Athens: Athens is home of Georgia Tech, which is known for its academic excellence.
In 2016, the university’s alumni alumni and alumni organizations were ranked among the top 10% of all universities by Fortune magazine, and this year’s graduates will likely make up the top 5% of the college, as Georgia Tech and its affiliated schools will be ranked among Fortune’s top 100 colleges.
The student body at the Athens school is expected in 2020 to be roughly 20,700.
The Georgia Tech campus has seen its enrollment skyrocket over the past decade, and alumni groups have helped the school create a variety of programs that focus on the engineering and technical sciences