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Decennial Census Population

The Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area had 2,431,087 people in 2000; by 2010, that number was down by 74,802 to 2,356,285. Cleveland and Detroit also saw…

Age of Population

Pittsburgh remains one of the oldest metropolitan regions in the nation. The selective out migration of younger workers shifted the age structure of the region…

Age of Population — Pittsburgh Counties

Data for Allegheny County and the other six counties in the Pittsburgh metro area can be found in the charts and tables below. To view…

Local Employment and Unemployment

Metropolitan Pittsburgh’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased .4 percent from 4.2 percent in July 2018 to 3.8 percent in July 2019. During that period, the…

Unemployment Rate

The Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area’s unemployment rate — seasonally adjusted — decreased a total of 1 percentage points from January 2018 to January 2019 to 3.8

Average Weekly Wages — Benchmark Regions

Average weekly wages in the 7-​county Pittsburgh metropolitan area in the third quarter of 2018 were $1,135, a year-​over-​year percent increase of 3.2 percent. That…
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