Monthly Archives: October 2018

Colliers International | Pittsburgh Begins Year of Giving

With Turkey Day right around the corner, Colliers International | Pittsburgh kicked off their “Year of Giving” by collecting donations for Dress for Success Pittsburgh.


Dress for Success is an organization that seeks to empower women towards achieving economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools needed to help women thrive in work and everyday life.

The Colliers Brokers and Marketing Staff collected women’s toiletries and hygiene items such as toothpaste, shampoo, body wash, and deodorant, to name a few.

“We were thrilled to collect for Dress for Success,” said Client Services Coordinator, Molly Sheerin, “This organization gave us a wonderful opportunity to contribute towards female empowerment, a cause that is very important to our vales here at Colliers Pittsburgh.

Sheerin, along with the rest of the Colliers Pittsburgh staff, are eager to continue giving back to charitable causes throughout the next year, and beyond.

For more information about Dress for Success Pittsburgh and ways to donate please click here.

Pittsburgh Ranked Best City for Jobs

The Steel City has claimed yet another accolade to add to its growing list. USA Today recently voted Pittsburgh as the best large metro area for jobs.

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The rankings were based on “the number of hiring opportunities relative to population, the area’s affordability and job satisfaction,” according to, a website which allows former and current employees to anonymously review companies and their management.

This is far from Pittsburgh’s first recognition as one of the best cities in the country. In 2018 alone, Pittsburgh was selected as the second most livable city in the United States, number one city for the most affordable rent, number 34 out of the top 100 places to live in the world, and number one city for young people to live based on job opportunities, affordability and livability.

To read the full USA Today article, click here.