Recent college graduates looking to leverage their newly acquired skills into a job in cloud computing no longer need to resign themselves to working in Silicon Valley or Seattle, the cloud capitals of the U.S., according to rankings from Modis. The IT recruiting firm found a number of cities are emerging as centers of cloud growth, including Washington, D.C., where a government cloud effort is sparking demand for skilled workers; Minneapolis, with its strong retail, media and manufacturing industries; and Houston, where the oil and energy sectors are propelling a push into the cloud.

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