KPMG picks St. Louis for new tech hub, plans to add 175 jobs

Accounting firm KPMG has picked downtown St. Louis as a location for one of its largest U.S. tech hubs and will add 175 jobs there over the next three years, the firm announced Tuesday.

KPMG chose St. Louis after a nationwide search. The firm said it was clear that St. Louis is a fast-growing market for technology jobs.

KPMG will begin filling the new positions next month. The firm plans to add 100 of the new jobs, which will have base salaries ranging from $60,000 to $120,000, within the next two years.

The firm, which has its global offices in Amsterdam, has 90 offices in the U.S. Its St. Louis office opened in 1911 and currently employs 270 people.

The office is one of KPMG’s fastest growing, with revenue doubling over the last four years, company officials said.

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