Philly’s strengths include the concentration of well-regarded educational institutions and the city as a center for health care and medical research.
College internships make the transition into the working world a lot smoother and could sometimes lead to a full-time position after graduation.
Despite the blows dealt from the last few decades of economic decline, Philadelphia is making a strong come back.
After 40 years in the police force, John Maxwell tells us about the types of education that are important for a criminal justice official.
Pursuing higher education might be costly, but it will pay in the long run.
Any degree that fosters analytical thought and creativity will be beneficial when look for an IT job.
Philadelphia ranks fifth in total household income, and saw that rise slightly faster than the national average.
Stephanie Donovan shares with us the role a health care administrator plays in the health care industry.
Matthew Cabrey explains why being an exceptional communicator will deliver results with the most positive impact.
The unemployment rate was 7.5 percent as of July 2013 in Pennsylvania and eight percent in the Philadelphia area.
The recession has affected jobs in all sectors, but some fields have been harder hit than others.
SANE Nurses are key to collecting the necessary evidence for convicting a rapist, and they must also offer dignity and understanding to victims of sexual assault.
That’s the takeaway from a new Gallup poll, which revealed that two-thirds of American workers would continue toiling away even if they won $10 million in the lottery.
The enrollment boom for American colleges is over, with a 2% drop in enrollment in 2012-13 and more expected except for for-profit and community colleges.
Warehouse jobs are available in Arizona, Delaware, California, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.