The Pittsburgh region closed out 2018 with an uptick in employment opportunities as employers added 17,100 jobs in December, a year-​over-​year increase of 0.8 percent dating to December 2017, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data.

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  • Issue Quarter Pittsburgh Today — Regional News
  • Issue Year 2019
One Pittsburgh neighborhood could soon test a brand of zoning that requires developers to include affordable housing in new market-​rate projects as a way to build the inventory of units available for residents earning less than the city’s median income.

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  • Issue Quarter Pittsburgh Today — Spotlight
  • Issue Year 2019
The last Penn Plaza apartments were vacated on a cold February day in 2017, ending an exodus of 200 tenants from one of the largest complexes of affordable housing in Pittsburgh. News that the private owner planned to raze the apartments to accommodate upscale development caught the city off guard a year earlier…

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  • Issue Quarter Pittsburgh Today — Spotlight
  • Issue Year 2019
Unemployment fell in November throughout southwestern Pennsylvania, continuing the downward trend seen for most of 2018. But peer regions did a better job whittling away at their unemployment rates, as has also been the case over the past year.

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  • Issue Quarter Pittsburgh Today — Regional News
  • Issue Year 2019
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