The Central Pennsylvania Workforce
In Central Pennsylvania, our skilled workforce is ready to be a part of your business success. We pride ourselves on a strong work ethic sought after by many national and international companies. Innovation and entrepreneurship characterize the spirit of both our businesses and the workforce that drives their success.
WATCH this video by the Central Pennsylvania Workforce Development Corporation to listen to what team members from leading employers have to say about living and working in Central Pennsylvania…https://vimeo.com/orionvega/review/301934360/2621d2a376
Innovative, Forward-thinking Workforce Preparedness & Training Initiatives
A statewide movement for accountability, readiness, and training
A local level workforce preparedness initiative, a voluntary collaborative worker certification program designed to match local employers with a quality workforce.
Manufacturing Wages in Central Pennsylvania
PENNSYLVANIA OCCUPATIONAL WAGES
CENTRAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA
(Centre, Clinton, Columbia, Lycoming, Mifflin, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder & Union Counties
Average Hourly Wage for Helpers-Production Workers in the Region is $14.85 [SOC: 51-9198]
Population Commuting Patterns
Residents of the Central Pennsylvania region have always traveled across municipal boundaries to work, live, shop and play. Our population commutes an average of 22 minutes on our accessible, congestion-free roads.
Click here to view 2013-2015 commuting patterns.
Training Your Workforce in Pennsylvania
Technical and training support is available from the many education and learning assets of the region, including:
- Central Pennsylvania Workforce Development Corporation, providing access to WIN Career Ready Courseware and Workkeys
- Team Pennsylvania
- The Commonwealth Workforce Development System
- Sun Area Technical Institute
- Triangle Tech
Workforce Data and Information in Pennsylvania
CWIA is a bureau staffed by statisticians, analysts, and economists within the PA Department of Labor & Industry designated by the Governor’s Office as the primary source of labor market information for the commonwealth. This office provides timely, objective, and credible workforce and economic statistics and analysis to help make informed policy, business and career decisions that strengthen Pennsylvania’s economic security. Find information on County Profiles that include a map of Pennsylvania with the county highlighted, population of the county (total, projected and age distribution), online job postings, Labor Force and unemployment rate, Personal income (per capita, total and median household), Major employers by industry sector, Employment and wages by industry sector, and Wages by major occupational group, Unemployment rates and much more.
Degrees Conferred by Program in the Focus Central Pennsylvania Region