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But not to worry, said Kainne Hansbury, a consultant for technology search at recruitment firm WinterWyman: “New York has rich offerings beyond the financial services industry.
Some companies on the search for employees with strong computer-science fundamentals may start testing applicants in a new way: video games.
Google, which is also famous for its intense recruiting process, will invite more New Yorkers to take its tests now that it’s moving into the enormous chunk of Manhattan real estate it purchased four years ago.
According to IT recruiting firm Mondo’s 2014-2015 Salary Guide, the top three skills currently in demand in New York are application and software development, e-commerce, and database administration. TechAmerica’s Cyberstates 2013 found that New York State’s tech workers earned an annual average wage of $96,900 (ranked 8th among all states), 54 percent more than the state’s average private sector wage. Robert Half Technology reports that 14 percent of New York-area technology experts plan to expand their IT teams in the second half of the year, down from 17 percent in the last half. Another uber expensive, nasty locale with impossible housing costs, out of control taxes, ridiculous commutes, not to mention the New York attitude.

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According to AlleyWatch, at least six major banking firms plan to use online video games with mechanics grounded in neuroscience to match candidates with jobs.
Amazon is also spreading out in New York, trying to land a deal for 286,000 square feet on ten floors in a Midtown building.
According to Crain’s New York Business, a recent survey of 1,200 tech executives by Silicon Valley Bank revealed that only 38 percent of New York tech companies feature at least one woman in either a boardroom or C-suite executive position. The city’s Tech Talent Pipeline program, which tries to inspire unemployed or low-earning New Yorkers to enter tech fields, is partnering with The Flatiron School, a private vocational college, to offer free 12-week fellowships in Web development and programming, enough training to provide a running start and access to jobs that may pay up to $75,000. In September, the company announced the opening of the Business Technology Early College High School, a new school in Queens that enables students to earn a high school diploma, an associate degree in business systems or engineering technology, and gain relevant work experience—all at no cost to the family. New York’s tech sector is almost as large as the city’s other traditional sectors of healthcare, legal, finance, and retail.

Pymetrics, a New York startup, helps companies assess up to 50 people using simple neuroscience games that test things such as a person’s attentiveness and impulsiveness. In the same survey, 82 percent of New York CIOs were optimistic about their companies’ prospects for growth in the second half, and 67 percent currently feel confident in their firms’ investment in IT projects. They are only 2 hours apart and probably every national bank and financial institution in America has their headquarters, or at least significant office space or entire buildings, in one city or the other or both.

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