To create the list, SmartAsset looked at four factors: gender pay gap in the tech industry, income after housing costs, women's representation in the tech workforce and tech employment growth.
St. Louis' gender pay gap was 84%. Its income after housing costs was $48,416, percentage of tech jobs filled by women was 26.3% and four-year teach employment growth was 26%.
Kansas City came in at No. 37.
Baltimore ranked No. 1 on the list, followed by Washington, D.C.; Arlington, Va.; Chesapeake, Va.; and Albuquerque, N.M.
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