Philly Created More Jobs in 2018 Than in Any Year Since 1969

The Center City District released its annual State of the City report on Tuesday morning. As always, it’s a useful compendium of statistics that tell […]


GALAEI Downsizes Trans Equity Project Amid Funding Shortfall

On Monday, two transgender full-time employees of the queer Latinx social justice nonprofit GALAEI were informed that they would be demoted to part-time positions and […]


People Really, Really Want to Work at Comcast, LinkedIn Finds

Who’s dying to work at Comcast? Apparently lots of people are. The company is one of the country’s most sought-after employers, according to LinkedIn’s 2018 Top […]


In Search of Hot Jobs? Consider Moving to Philly

Looking to hitch your career to a fast-growing field? You’re in the right place: Philadelphia was rated among the top 25 cities to live for four […]


Philadelphia a Top 5 Big City for Most Improved Economy

A new study based on federal employment data, lists Philadelphia fourth in a ranking of large metropolitan areas with the most improved economy by job […]


Lawsuit: Center City Sheraton Fired Woman Who Reported Sexual Harassment By Guest

A former employee at the Four Points by Sheraton at 12th and Race Streets has sued the hotel and parent company Starwood Hotels & Resorts claiming […]


2016: The Year of Big Pay Raises

As the economic recovery continues, employers have a choice: Make talented workers feel appreciated or risk losing them to a competitor. What better way to show the […]


Why Franchise Owners Just Got Very Nervous

In case you’re just back from vacation and have not kept a close eye on the business press, you may have missed the recent Browning-Ferris […]


The Trendy Employee Perk: Shipping Breast Milk

Imagine this scenario: You’re a working mom who’s just recently returned from maternity leave. You’re still nursing and trying to find a secluded place in […]


Rich Teens Land Twice as Many Jobs as Poor Kids

Affluent teens are twice as likely to find summer jobs than their underprivileged peers. A recent Drexel University study found that 40.8 percent of teens in households with more than […]


10 Charts That Show Philly’s Outlook Is More Precarious Than Philadelphians Think

Philadelphians have a giant crush on Philly, according to poll results released last week by the Pew Charitable Trusts. Forty-eight percent of residents surveyed believe the city […]


Philadelphia Economic Growth Among Worst Worldwide

The Philadelphia metro area was ranked 250th for economic growth from 2013 to 2014 in a survey by the Brookings Institution of the world’s 300 biggest metropolitan economies. Ouch. […]


Complaint: Olive Garden Fired Philly Waitress Because She’s Pregnant

A Philadelphia woman says she was fired from the Olive Garden on City Ave. in Bala because she was pregnant. Workplace advocates have filed a […]


The Truth About LGBT Union Rights

In the Life explores the relationship between unions and the LGBT community, and goes inside a center for reparative therapy.


Wanted: Sales Associate

G Philly is looking for a sales associate.