The Virginia Beach Journal
IT consulting company IDC has has released the list of winners for its fifth annual Government Insights Smart Cities Awards and Virginia Beach is among the honorees once again.
The proliferation of high-speed internet in the last decade has made it possible for millions of Americans in every region and in many industries to consider rejecting the office environment altogether.
Dr. Andre Douglas was one of 12,000 applicants hoping to make it into this class, and is now in the final ten and due to report for duty in January…
The yearly survey is used to spotlight ten cities in each of five different population groups that best utilize technology to serve their citizens, and this year Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and Hampton all appear.
The CVOW project is expected to be completed in 2026 and will bring over 1,000 union jobs to the region.
Like the rest of the region we enjoy affordable car operation and good driving conditions, and The Beach also has the country’s 14th safest roads.
Here in Hampton Roads we fared well across the board with an average tech salary of $92,000, with 3.4 percent of the workforce in tech fields and 17 percent of our job listings in tech fields….
In the study of 324 US health systems and 2522 hospitals that are members of health systems, Sentara was determined to be the 5th best large health system in the country.