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Did you know that there are more than 20,000 jobs open right now across the 10-county Pittsburgh region? You can find them on the powerful job search engine of ImaginePittsburgh.com, which scrapes thousands of corporate websites and search engines nightly to help you advance your career in Pittsburgh.
More than 2,000 jobs – most with good pay and benefits — are available now at energy-related companies across the 10-county Pittsburgh region. Some workplaces are in comfortable offices and labs far from drilling fields and mines. But for lots of people, nothing beats working with your hands and being in the middle of the action. Jobs like those are abundant in energy extraction.
Two Pittsburgh-area natives in the know spoke about such jobs and wages at a recent forum. Click here to listen to the comments of Mount Washington native Nick DeIuliis, president of natural gas/coal CONSOL Energy Inc., and AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, formerly a Greene County coal miner.