Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Over 500 Summer Jobs Available For Pittsburgh City Youths Age 14 to 21

From the Pittsburgh Post Gazette;

Applications for around 555 summer youth jobs available through the city of Pittsburgh will be accepted starting today, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's office announced Tuesday.

City residents ages 14 to 21 may apply to the Pittsburgh Summer Youth Employment Program. Paid for with federal funds, the program places young people in outdoor work improving parks or vacant lots, or indoor internships with area businesses.

The jobs pay $7.25 an hour for as much as 30 hours per week, from July 6 through Aug. 13.

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Monday, May 3, 2010

Forbes Magazine Names Pittsburgh America’s most Livable City For 2010

Pittsburgh has once again been named America’s Most Livable City, this time by Forbes magazine. Using 5 criteria to rank the top 200 metros, Pittsburgh came in number one on the strength of relatively low unemployment and low crime rates. For the rest of the story go to

Truly a 'Burgh Thing!

Truly a 'Burgh Thing!
by Randy Bish, Pittsburgh Tribune Review

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