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Pittsburgh, PA

Positions in Pittsburgh, PA

Known as both the City of Steel (for its role in the U.S. steel industry) and the City of Bridges (named for its 446 bridges), Pittsburgh is a well-known and well-loved city, as well as a hub of technology, medicine, scientific research, and education.

The city is home to several universities, including Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, as well as a variety of museums and cultural centers, such as the Frick, Phipps Conservatory, and the Carnegie Institute's Museum of Art and Natural History.

Pittsburgh enjoys all four seasons, with pleasant summers and snowy winters. You can enjoy outdoor activities all year; kayak down the river through the heart of the city, golf at one of the city's 500 public golf courses, or traverse one of the endless hiking trails that surround the area.


Celebrate the culinary prowess of the city during Pittsburgh's Restaurant Week! For one week every winter, enjoy special tasting menus prepared by chefs all over the city.

Celebrate the heritage and innovation of Pennsylvania by taking a tour on the Explorer riverboat - taking a tour through Pittsburgh's historical past.

Explore the lush gardens and abundant art galleries of the Frick Pittsburgh, a museum containing Italian Renaissance paintings, French tapestries, Baroque statues, and Chinese porcelains. 

Pennsylvania Nature

Venture out of the city to Mt. Washington, known as one of the top 10 "most beautiful views in the country"!

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