Pittsburgh Ranks #2 City for Good Jobs And Cheap Housing

We already knew Pittsburgh was a great place to live.  And according to a recent report by Investopedia, Pittsburgh ranks number two in their listing.  See the full article below.

2. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

This city surprises many people, as Pittsburgh is in the heart of the “rust belt,” and known for its steel mills. Genuine hard work by the local government, businesses and the community has kept this vibrant city alive and thriving. Over the last ten years, nearly 1,600 technology companies have located here, including a Google campus. Neighborhood revitalization projects offer incentives to homebuyers, and old industrial neighborhoods are now filled with small businesses. It is also the headquarters to several financial institutions.

Ranked #1 as America’s Most Livable City by Rand McNally in 2007, Forbes in 2010 and The Economist in 2011, Pittsburgh, is one of the best places in the United States for good jobs, a great community and very affordable housing.

Read more via 5 Places With Good Jobs And Cheap Housing.

Now that you know you should stay in Pittsburgh or maybe you are moving to Pittsburgh and you need a home improvement contractor to help you with a remodeling project, call Commonwealth Heating and Remodeling at 412-243-4200 or email us using the form on the right.  We’ve been in business for 75+ years serving all of Allegheny County and surrounding neighborhoods.

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