Three Cities Competing
- How to Retain Talent: This program bringing employers to college interns is getting national recognition
- Tombstones to Fuel Cells: Matthews, which is best known for engraving headstones, is getting into the fuel cell game
- Video: How is Pittsburgh winning?
The competition for talent is no longer simmering. In fact, it’s boiling over.
Before the pandemic, talent was at the front of everyone’s minds. Now, as the pandemic recedes, cities, regions and states across the U.S. are competing like never before. Talent now has more leverage, as remote work has established itself as a norm and talent now can choose where and how to work.
That brings us to the head-to-head competition. One America Works brought together over 300 people to listen to pitches from Pittsburgh, Columbus and Indianapolis. Each destination pitched the audience on why they should consider living and working in their metro.
The results? You’ll have to click below to find out.
From The Blog
A snapshot of celebrating the Fourth of July in Pittsburgh:
Boats on three rivers. The Point State Park fountain keeping you cool. A Pirates’ ballgame at the best stadium in baseball (that would be PNC Park). Fireworks above one of the most picturesque cities in America from the companies that have made our region the “Fireworks Capital of the World.”
We are celebrating this year, of course, and we are doing it Pittsburgh style.
Check out what the region has cooking this holiday weekend.
Click to TweetTheresa Whalen, CEO, CytoAgents
The competition for talent is hot
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