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The Talent Dividend
Pittsburgh's tech sector lines up for the next generation of talent
Douglas J. Guth
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
A strong Pittsburgh economy depends in part on nurturing the region's thriving high-tech sector. The city's technology leaders maintain that the heart of any future success will be continued talent attraction, be it from inside or outside the region.
Lightwave International designs laser sets for concerts all over the world
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Lightwave International, based in Eighty Four, Washington County, travels the globe designing concert lasers for big-time performers like Madonna, Snoop Dogg, Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Pink Floyd.
Q&A: Chris Hale of Victory Media talks about what's next for veterans returning home
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
With five media brands under the Victory Media umbrella, Hale and his troops are working to help veterans bridge the gap between active duty and active employment.
What smart cities can learn from Pittsburgh
Erin Keane Scott
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
With a culture of collaboration, a willingness to change and a focus on creating the kind of urban environment that attracts creative talent, the Steel City has moved from gritty to green and is now poised for the next wave of growth.
Steel City keeps entrepreneurs coming back
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Thanks to a vibrant startup scene and resources such as Innovation Works, PGH is growing in popularity for new companies.
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Local working mothers find support at The Mom Con
Local chocolatier plans $2.5 million expansion in Lawrenceville, creating 51 jobs
Governor Corbett highlights $28.5 million Birmingham Bridge repair project as example of Act 89
PNC Financial tops off its new global headquarters Downtown
Google to expand its Pittsburgh presence in Bakery Square 2.0
Pittsburgh Technical Institute opening Energy Technology Center
EPA funds brownfield development in McKees Rocks
WAMO 100 brings Hip-Hop and R&B back home to Pittsburgh
Mad Mex location coming to Shadyside, now hiring
URA receives $35 million in tax credits to spur development in low income communities
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Pop City is hiring an experienced journalist for Innovation Editor position
'Why Adelaide should be more like Pittsburgh - a phoenix city that has reinvented itself'
Source: The Herald Sun
Pittsburgh's lessons for Detroit
A tale of two rust-belt cities: Detroit and Pittsburgh
Source: The New York Times
Pittsburgh gained more than 14,000 private sector jobs the past 4 years. Other cities? Not so much.
Source: Pittsburgh Today
Pittsburgh #2 in new job creation
Source: Gallup poll
Pittsburgh leads in small business
Source: Biz Journals
How to find meaningful work in Pittsburgh? Rework.
Pittsburgh's creative tech scene video by ANIMAL
Pittsburgh among 26 cities in the U.S. reporting a job rebound to pre-recession peak
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Who's hiring in PGH? Rothschild Doyno, Lawrenceville United and more
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The Ellis School presents essential career skills for girls
Community Kitchen to teach food-service to job seekers having the toughest time
Find the right hire, intern to CEO, via Nonprofit Talent
WorkAble finds clients jobs, even in recession
Seventy-five years of serving immigrants, seniors, kids at Jewish Family and Children's Service
Vibrant Pittsburgh offers $50,000 in grants for ideas that encourage diverse workforce
Path to achievements highlighted at Hispanic Heritage Month event for high schoolers
Personal help and encouragement for job seekers coming at free Carnegie Library workshops
It's like a folk-dance for all your senses: International Market Day replays on first Sundays
Beautiful things to benefit the Hill: Ujamaa Collective's new market
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