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10 US cities with the best pay for software engineers; Clinton's email server: 6 things to know

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10 cities in the United States where software engineers can get paid top dollar

Glassdoor has just released a list of the top 25 best paying US cities for software engineers. We've distilled it down to 10 for you to check out.

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