The San Francisco Treat: Jobs Outside of Tech
Some of the Bay Area's in-demand roles have nothing to do with coding or semiconductors.
San Francisco may be famous for being one of the most expensive places in the country to live, but right now it's making headlines for something else: a hiring spree. And you don’t have to be a programmer to take advantage of the perks of living in Silicon Valley—it’s a great time to be an accountant or healthcare worker. With low unemployment, you can be picky about company cultures, and negotiate higher wages based on the soft skills you bring to the table. Below, the low-down on what it looks to live and work in San Francisco right now.