With fewer jobs available on Wall Street, top-tier engineering students are increasingly pursuing careers at New York's technology startups, reports Chris Wiggins, an associate professor of applied mathematics at Columbia University's engineering school and co-founder of HackNY.org, a group aimed at educating the next generation of technologists about the opportunities in the city's emerging tech startup sector. Watch the video below or download it on iTunes. For more on what New York is doing to catch up with Silicon Valley as a breeding ground for tech companies, see "Mecca on the Hudson?" in The Deal magazine. And for a look at someone who says the city that never sleeps doesn't hold a candle to the San Francisco Bay area when it comes to fueling his startup, see NYC vs. Silicon Valley: One entrepreneur's tale.