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Accounting Assistant - Payroll Specialist

Port Authority of Allegheny County

$4758 / Per Month

Pittsburgh, PA

4 days ago
Travel Sterile Processing Tech, Pittsburgh, PA

Triage Staffing

Pittsburgh, PA

3 days ago
Forklift Operator

Randstad USA

Pittsburgh, PA

4 days ago
Warehouse Package Handler

FedEx Ground

Pittsburgh, PA

1 day ago
Propel Schools

Propel Schools

Allegheny, PA

3 days ago
Truck Driver - Hiker/Vehicle Transporter/CDL - Part Time

Penske

Pittsburgh, PA

1 day ago
Post Closing Coordinator

Title Alliance

Pittsburgh, PA

3 days ago
Entry Level Warehouse

United Parcel Service

Pittsburgh, PA

3 days ago
Entry-level Software Development Role

Year Up

Pittsburgh, PA

1 day ago

Pittsburgh Jobs PSP

You might know that the Steelers play in Pittsburgh—during the late 1800s and early 1900s, the "City of Steel" was the home of Carnegie Steel Co., which later became United States Steel Corp. But, did you know that Pittsburgh is also called the "City of Bridges?" It has a total of 446 bridges, which are popular with walkers, bikers, tourists, and even social media influencers. In Pittsburgh's vibrant downtown, you can catch a touring Broadway show or browse an art gallery in the Cultural District. If you want diverse dining options, head to Market Square, where you'll find everything from brick oven pizza to gourmet grilled cheese to fresh oysters. Still not convinced that you should apply to Pittsburgh jobs? WalletHub even ranked Pittsburgh among the top 20 best large cities to live in the U.S.

What makes Pittsburgh's job market so unique? It's home to many large corporations but also fosters a start-up environment with lots of small, emerging industries and companies. And if you can't find that perfect-fit job in Pittsburgh, you can also look in Altoona, State College, and Harrisburg.

Popular Jobs in Pittsburgh

One of Pittsburgh's most historic and leading industries is manufacturing and production. From precision tools to robotics, many steel-based goods are still produced here. Pittsburgh has also put itself on the map as a hub for healthcare and life science innovation. Labs at large universities like the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University conduct medical research that has led to medical and pharmaceutical breakthroughs.

Pittsburgh also has a thriving energy industry that supports roughly 45,000 jobs, including engineering jobs. In fact, it's the No. 1 city in America for coal and metal ore exports. You could also try a job in finance. Pittsburgh's financial and business industry employs about 230,000 people at companies such as Bank of America, BNY Mellon, Highmark, Inc., and many more.

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