By John J. “Ski” Sygielski As Pennsylvania continues to grapple with disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the projected workforce shortage is alarming, especially in
For over a century the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry has advocated for policies that help make Pennsylvania a first-rate state, attract investment and strengthen our
Amna Nadeem is excited about starting her job as a software engineer at Google. She interned with the company last fall — remotely. But beginning
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey recently said Pennsylvania will receive more than $20 million to expand broadband and high-speed internet access in the Southern Alleghenies region.
Within the current state budget cycle, governors across the country are investing more heavily in higher education. This is encouraging to those of us who
Consumer prices rose at the fastest annual rate in more than 40 years in February, according to Labor Department data released Thursday. Inflation steamed ahead
On Tuesday — in the face of converging crises of war, the ongoing global pandemic and an uneven economic recovery — President Biden acknowledged that this is
Like so many businesses over the past two years, the child care industry has been whipsawed by the covid pandemic and its impact on the
Pennsylvania led the pack of natural gas-producing states in growth last year. A recent report from the state’s Independent Fiscal Office shows total Pennsylvania production recorded the
Gov. Tom Wolf’s timing for imposing a new energy tax could hardly be worse. Pennsylvania’s economy is trying to recover from the pandemic’s brutal effects.
Within hours of taking office on January 20, 2021, President Joe Biden signed an executive order cancelling the cross-border permit for the Keystone XL pipeline
As 2022 begins, the demand for natural gas and oil isn’t going away — in fact, it’s growing. As economic activity bounces back, the demand