Central Pennsylvania business experts report that a tsunami of job opportunities is hitting area. To take advantage of the high-paying jobs, job seekers need the necessary skills. To learn more, read Bruce E. Mowday's article for Business2Business magazine dated March 1, 2017.
One Good JobThe Mayor's Commission to Combat Poverty
This plan is a blue print and a series of first steps to cut poverty in half in Lancaster County by 2032. A pathway to success for an entire community requires the development of both workforce and work environment. Learn more.
Job Skills and STEM
STEM skills, particularly those associated with high levels of educational attainment, are in high demand among employers.
Founded in 1999 as the successor organization to the Lancaster County Private Industry Council, the Lancaster County Workforce Investment Board has a mandate through the federal Workforce Investment Act of 1998 to be the lead organization in Lancaster County for workforce planning, to cooperate with State officials in providing business with locally-validated labor market information, and to arrange for a service delivery system that meets the workforce needs of business and the public alike.