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How non-tech companies get by in tech-frenzied San Francisco

In the past six years San Francisco’s tech-fueled economy has pushed rents to all-time highs, sparked a massive building boom, and made the Bay Area one of the most dynamic and expensive regions in the world. Tech companies have accounted for virtually all of this expansion over the past several years, and justifiably most of the media coverage on the San Francisco economy has focused on how technology companies have affected the real estate market and the region.
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