A new survey out this week from AeA, the group formerly known as the American Electronics Association, reports that jobs in the technology industry are growing at a healthy clip, with higher-than-average pay, BusinessWeek reports. The organization's Cybercities 2008 survey says that 51 cities added high-technology jobs in 2006, the most recent year for which data were available. The survey tracks new jobs related to the creation of tech products, including fields such as chip manufacturing and software engineering. It is the AeA's first such survey since 2000, which was taken before the crash of the tech bubble that created

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