HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) today unveiled Pennsylvania: work smart, live happily, to help promote the state, attract and retain top talent, and help attract and develop businesses.
âDCED is proud to partner with Livability to promote our love for Pennsylvania in the Work smart, live happily magazine, âsaid DCED Assistant Secretary Carrie Fischer Lepore. “We know Pennsylvania is the best place in the country for individuals and businesses, and we look forward to sharing our hometown pride with readers around the world.”
Produced in print and as a digital magazine, Pennsylvania: work smart, live happily Publisher Livability has curated articles and images that highlight Pennsylvania’s top industries, innovation climate, career opportunities, quality schools and colleges, abundance of attractions outdoors and a diverse cultural offer.
To amplify and extend its reach, digital content can be easily shared on social media and showcases the quality of life in Pennsylvania as an ideal home for entrepreneurs, remote workers, families and businesses of all sizes.
Through a global print and digital distribution effort, DCED works with Livability and its partners to target entrepreneurs, business decision makers, talented business owners, as well as individuals and families. Livability.com will also help promote the content through its online and social media platforms.
To learn more about Pennsylvania: work smart, live happily and share with others:
- Go to Pennsylvania Livability Website.
- Read the digital version of the magazine by clicking on the magazine cover image and browse online.
- Download the content in .pdf format.
- Send articles or the magazine via links in emails or post on social media using the sharing tools provided.
Habitability explores what makes small to medium-sized cities great places to live. Through exclusive research studies, compelling articles, and original photographs and videos, they examine topics related to community amenities, education, sustainability, transportation, housing and the economy. Livability then leverages that expertise to develop city rankings for a range of topics, including small towns, college towns and our annual Top 100 of the best places to live.
To learn more about Pennsylvania and future editions of the magazine, please contact Amy Zecha, Executive Director, Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development at [email protected]
CONTACT WITH THE MEDIA:
Casey Smith, DCED, [email protected]
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