Raleigh is No. 10 and Charlotte is No. 6 on CIO magazine’s “Best Cities to Find an IT Job” list for 2013.

Just two weeks ago, Forbes ranked Raleigh fifth on its “New Tech Hot Spots” list.

The list of 11 cities was based on information provided by Mobis, a provider of information technology staffing and recruiting services.

“This best cites to find an IT job in 2013 list is based on internal data from Modis, a global provider of IT staffing and recruiting services, via its regional branch network across the U.S.,” the magazine says.

The breakdown on Raleigh:

“With the development of Research Triangle Park, Raleigh has become a major player in research and an epicenter of tech innovation inside of the U.S. The tech friendly community boasts opportunities with biotech, pharmaceuticals, software development, medical device and insurance companies.”

Modis adds that “Raleigh is becoming a hub for tech companies and slowly becoming a model on how to do things right in the tech space.”

Hiring is hottest in technology, medical research, healthcare and education

Skills is most demand:

  • Project Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Help Desk
  • Java & .NET Developers

The breakdown on Charlotte:

“While Charlotte may be known for its banking community, there are other opportunities here as well. IT Pros with a few years of experience may find favorable conditions in the growing healthcare and energy industries,” the magazine reported.

Hiring chances are best in healthcare, energy, and manufacturing

Skills in most demand:

  • Project Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Java & .NET Developers

The list:

1. San Francisco

2. Washington, D.C.

3. Minneapolis

4. St. Louis

5. New York

6. Charlotte

7. Boston

8. Los Angeles

9. Denver

10. Raleigh

11. Omaha, Neb.