From healthcare to construction, nuclear engineering to finance, Pittsburgh's major employers require a diverse workforce. We're also known for manufacturing and service sectors - but high tech, biomedical and robotics are all growing fields.
Go to the Pittsburgh Regional Alliance's Regional Analysis for a listing and descriptions of major corporations in the Pittsburgh region. Also, check out Pittsburgh Technology Council and the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse to learn more about emergent industries.
Visit the Allegheny Conference on Community Development's Career Resource Center, and use their search engine of more than 1,000 Southwestern Pennsylvania websites and return links to jobs for you.
Also, check out the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Job + Career Education Center for databases and helpful links, and the employment classifieds through the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and PA Job Match through the Pittsburgh Tribune Review.
The Pittsburgh Regional Alliance (PRA) has one mission: To globally market southwestern Pennsylvania and support existing regional employers to grow jobs and capital investment.
Since 1983, the Pittsburgh Technology Council has been the principal point of connection for companies from four primary clusters of the technology industry that are represented by a critical mass of businesses in southwestern Pennsylvania including Information Technology, Biomedical, Advanced Manufacturing/Materials and Environmental Technology.
The Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse (PLSG) provides capital investments and customized company formation and business growth services to our region's life sciences enterprises. We support biosciences companies with promising innovations in the following concentrations: Biotechnology Tools, Diagnostics, Healthcare IT, Medical Devices, and Therapeutics. We’re propelling the sustainable growth of southwestern Pennsylvania's life sciences economy by accelerating research and technology commercialization with seed and early-stage companies; connecting investors with our Investment Portfolio companies; expanding established life sciences ventures; and relocating biomedical companies to Pennsylvania.
The Carnegie Library's Job and Career Education Center provides services and materials to: unemployed and underemployed individuals, displaced workers and displaced homemakers, teenage and adult students, individuals who want to explore careers or change careers, and potential small business entrepreneurs.
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