Bonnie Pfister

Have you lost that loving feeling about your job? Let match you with the career of your dreams. There are plenty of fish in Pittsburgh’s seas – more than 25,000 jobs are available across all industries – and quality-of-life amenities you’ll fall in love with. Our website is undergoing enhancements to make it easier to search careers, occupations and the hundreds of companies looking for talent like you.

Treat yourself and explore these exciting career opportunities:

Systems Software Analyst III at PPG

Manager, Gas Operations at Peoples Natural Gas

Senior Manager, Solutions Design at FedEx Ground

Senior Consultant – SAP Analytics at Deloitte

Application Developer – Java at Highmark Health

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Joshua Devine

Looking for a new job to add some extra sizzle to your summer? Well, look no further. Pittsburgh’s bright with plenty of opportunities, and will help you take a shine to finding the just-right job. More than 25,000 positions are open today across the 10-county region, and posted on a one-stop shop for information about employers and careers. With a powerful regional jobs aggregator that is updated nightly from more than 1,000 job boards and corporate websites, will help you find your first job or advance your career. You can also explore the site’s Featured Employers, as well as many great places to live, play and learn in southwestern Pennsylvania.

Here are a few of the jobs available now with Featured Employers:

Operations Administrator at Covestro

Real Estate Agent at Northwood Realty Services

Oracle EBS – Financials – Senior Consultant at Deloitte

Commercial Finance Manager at Elliott Group

Structural and Steel Project Engineer at Mascaro Construction

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Ben Kamber

The recent announcement by the U.S. Air Force to close the 911th Airlift Wing at the Pittsburgh International Airport came with strong opposition by area political and civic leaders. As Sally Hass of the Pittsburgh Airport Area Chamber of Commerce states, the 911th is a significant economic driver for the region, employing around 2,500 people directly with a $114 million economic impact. She is joined by Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald to lay out the argument for why the 911th makes sense from both an economic and mission-based standpoint.

Less than 1 percent of total companies in the region produce about 75 percent of the jobs. Since these companies provide a disproportionate impact on the economy, the Pittsburgh Regional Alliance, under their Pittsburgh Impact Initiative, has set out to engage with them to help accelerate their growth. Albert Ciuksza, director of the Pittsburgh Impact Initiative is joined by Petra Mitchell of Catalyst Connection to discuss this program as well as a new state-level partnership called PREP that aims to help economic development and business assistance agencies work more collaboratively.

According to a study conducted by Deloitte and the Manufacturing Institute, a shortage of 600,000 skilled workers is faced nationwide with 5 percent of manufacturing jobs going unfilled. And according to, more than 650 manufacturing jobs are open right now in the Pittsburgh region. Why is there difficulty in filling these jobs? Dmitri Shiry, a partner with Deloitte in Pittsburgh, says that we’ve created the jobs, but we’re not focusing on jobs preservation — ensuring that job-seekers have the necessary skills needed to be employed in the high-tech manufacturing field of today.

Our Region’s Business airs Sundays at 11 a.m. on WPXI-TV. Hosted by the Allegheny Conference’s Bill Flanagan, the 30-minute business affairs program is co-produced with Cox Broadcasting. The program is rebroadcast on PCNC-TV at 3:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sundays, and at 3:30 p.m. Mondays. It also airs Sundays on WJAC-TV (Johnstown-Altoona) at 6 a.m. and WTOV-TV (Wheeling-Steubenville) at 6:30 a.m.