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July Jobs That Pay Update: PA Recognized for Business Climate, Jobs Announcements

first_img By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf July 27, 2017 Excited to visit @Adaptimmune today — they’re expanding operations at the Philly Navy Yard & bringing 110 new, high-paying jobs to the city. pic.twitter.com/lQH43cqX7Q— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) July 24, 2017 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Economy,  Jobs That Pay,  Round-Up With policies that set the table for robust private sector growth, Governor Wolf is making sure that every month more and more companies recognize that Pennsylvania is a great place to do business.This July, Governor Tom Wolf announced Pennsylvania received national recognition from CNBC on the state’s blooming economic climate. Our commonwealth rose 10 spots overall in CNBC’s America’s Top State for Business 2017, with the significant advancements in categories of Education, Technology and Innovation, and Business Friendliness.The governor also announced new jobs across Pennsylvania — from Erie to Philadelphia, Schuylkill and Luzerne Counties in the Northeast to Lawrence and Allegheny Counties in the West.Every day, this administration is working to grow Pennsylvania’s manufacturing base and create family-sustaining jobs. The commonwealth is a place where entrepreneurs and researchers can feel supported to nurture new ideas and take risks.Highlights from July 2017On ‘Jobs That Pay’ Tour, Governor Wolf Visits Cook MyoSiteOn ‘Jobs That Pay’ Tour, Governor Wolf Visits World Trade Center HarrisburgGovernor Wolf Celebrates Opening of Compressed Natural Gas station in York CountyGovernor Wolf Announces Expansion of Evoqua Headquarters Will Create 63 New Jobs in PittsburghOn ‘Jobs That Pay’ Tour, Governor Wolf Visits Adaptimmune TherapeuticsGovernor Wolf Announces Expansion of The New York Blower Company Facility in Lawrence County Will Create 22 Manufacturing JobsGovernor Wolf Announces Logistics Plus, Inc. to Expand and Create 44 New Jobs in the City of EriePennsylvania Recognized for Business Ranking Improvement after Advances in Business Development and EducationGovernor Wolf Announces 50 New Manufacturing Jobs Coming to Luzerne County Through New Mickey Truck Bodies, Inc. LocationGovernor Wolf Announces Expansion of Tyson Foods Distribution Center, Creation of 114 New Jobs in Schuylkill CountyGovernor Wolf Announces Creation of 65 New Jobs Through Expansion of EY Intuitive Facility in PhiladelphiaGovernor Wolf Announces New Approvals for Four Small Business ProjectsHighlights from TwitterBig news! Pennsylvania jumped 10 spots in @CNBC‘s ranking of America’s top states for business. https://t.co/glD275obTb #PAproud pic.twitter.com/lOAZLgx14i— Pennsylvania ? (@PennsylvaniaGov) July 14, 2017 July Jobs That Pay Update: PA Recognized for Business Climate, Jobs Announcementslast_img read more

NFL power rankings: Steelers stumble, Seahawks soar, Broncos buck up

first_imgLast week’s games in the NFL provided just one surprise shakeup in the top 10, while all teams hovering just above or just below .500 saw more considerable change in hierarchy.All that’s left in the 2018 regular season is the month December before everything counts in larger amounts for the 12 teams that make the playoffs. Although there are some surefire playoff teams in place, Sporting News’ power rankings ahead of Week 13 show there’s plenty room for movement beyond them. 11. Carolina Panthers 6-5 (last week: 9)The Panthers have lived and died by close games decided in the fourth quarter all season, and it cost them in the most frustrating, one-play way against both Detroit and Seattle. Now they must win something on the road and try to beat the Saints at least once, or the Panthers will see their once-promising wild card fold.12. Dallas Cowboys 6-5 (last week: 12)The Cowboys have turned what could have been a disastrous season into a rather good one, thanks to playing in the very weak NFC East. Dak Prescott’s passing turnaround has trickled down to improve everything.13. Indianapolis Colts 6-5 (last week: 13)The Colts had been rolling with front-running Andrew Luck, so they asked to see more of the Captain Comeback version of the QB against Miami, and that worked, too. Indy looks like the AFC version of Seattle, a dangerous wild-card team in the making mostly because of its Class of 2012 QB.14. Baltimore Ravens 6-5 (last week: 15)Lamar Jackson got the ideal first two NFL starts, at home against bad running and passing defenses. With Joe Flacco possibly out longer, there are three big road tests in the next four: at Falcons, at Chiefs and at Chargers.15. Washington Redskins 6-5 (last week: 11)The Redskins’ offense looked about the same with Colt McCoy, but their defense continues to get exposed against halfway decent offenses. Washington might not win another game this season, and it wouldn’t surprise anyone. MORE: Updated NFL playoff pictureNFL power rankings1. New Orleans Saints 10-1 (last week: 1)The Saints let the good times keep rolling on Thanksgiving by getting even more guys involved in Drew Brees’ late-career MVP campaign. They have proved since the Week 1 hiccup that they are the Super Bowl 53 favorites.2. Los Angeles Rams 10-1 (last week: 2)The Rams had some time to recover from their successful marathon finish against the Chiefs. Look for their defense and Todd Gurley to play better after the needed down time, just in time for the closing stretch.3. Kansas City Chiefs 9-2 (last week: 3)The Chiefs enjoyed their bye, as well, in Week 12 and should be a little healthier defensively to support and complement their offensive juggernaut. There’s no time to let up with the Patriots still on their heels.4. New England Patriots 8-3 (last week: 5)Tom Brady didn’t put together an offensive masterpiece against the Jets, but looking at how the backs, receivers and tight ends were involved, the Patriots fielded the kind of balanced, versatile offense we’ve come to expect. They were overdue for a strong road performance overall.5. Chicago Bears 8-3 (last week: 6)The Bears have built a strong offensive system to the point where Mitchell Trubisky missing game doesn’t make them miss much. But everyone knows the backbone of what they do is a defense that seems to keep getting better on every level with every game. 16. Tennessee Titans 5-6 (last week: 17)The Titans blew their chance to sweep the Texans with some sloppy defense. Now they’ve also fallen a game behind the Colts with little chance for a wild-card recovery.17. Green Bay Packers 4-6-1 (last week: 16)Aaron Rodgers is doing his best to stay relaxed, but now fully healthy himself, he has fewer healthy players around him, and the situational offensive coaching isn’t doing him any favors. If he somehow rallies the Packers into the playoffs now, it will be his greatest carry job yet.18. Philadelphia Eagles 5-6 (last week: 20)The Eagles don’t get any style points for grinding out that comeback win over the Giants, but they dug deep the find the best of their offense and just enough defense. The key to saving the title defense with at least a division crown will be the four NFC East games they still have to play.19. Denver Broncos 5-6 (last week: 23)The Broncos showed what could have been after their 2-0 start with the impressive victories over the Chargers and Steelers. The jury’s still out on whether their post-bye revamping will sneak them back into playoff contention and/or save Vance Joseph’s job.20. Cleveland Browns 4-6-1 (last week: 24)Baker Mayfield is getting close to stealing rookie of the year from Saquon Barkley with his un-rookie like quarterback play and backing up his big talk with bigger games. One must wonder how good the Browns could have been this season had he started from get-go, and how great they can be with him in time, whoever the new non-Hue coach ends up being. 6. Los Angeles Chargers 8-3 (last week: 8)The Chargers came out with vengeance at home after the stumble to the Broncos and saw Philip Rivers put up his best performance in arguably his best season. The defense is healthier and stronger; now the hope is Melvin Gordon will be, too.7. Houston Texans 8-3 (last week: 7)The Texans extended their winning streak to eight games. With the same formula of Deshaun Watson and defense, they split with the Titans and all but locked up the AFC South.8. Pittsburgh Steelers 7-3-1 (last week: 4)The Steelers were sloppy in Jacksonville and got away with it, but Ben Roethlisberger made one too many mistakes on the road in Denver. That loss is bound to haunt Pittsburgh in the chase for at least the AFC No. 2 seed with New England looming in Week 15.9. Minnesota Vikings 6-4-1 (last week: 10)The Vikings finished on Sunday night what they couldn’t do in the division the previous Sunday night. Repeating in the North looks like a long shot, and the wild card is still a battle with trips to New England and Seattle straight ahead.10. Seattle Seahawks 6-5 (last week: 14)The Seahawks stepped firmly into the NFC wild-card conversation by pulling off a shocking comeback in Carolina. Russell Wilson leads a scrappy bunch who can be real playoff pests.center_img 21. Cincinnati Bengals 5-6 (last week: 18)The Bengals got trolled and rolled by the rival Browns on Sunday, as Andy Dalton (thumb) joined A.J. Green (toe) on the shelf as their offensive principals. The problem still lies with a depleted defense to put Marvin Lewis on the true hot seat.22. Miami Dolphins 5-6 (last week: 19)The Dolphins are good using some smoke and mirrors, including the right usage of Kenyan Drake to remain competitive. The issue is not as much Adam Gase as it is the hand he has been dealt.23. Atlanta Falcons 4-7 (last week: 21)The Falcons have tried to piece things together defensively to stay competitive, but there have been too many key losses on that side. An underrated part of their hard fall is the loss of Devonta Freeman and not having the line necessary for a true power running game.24. Detroit Lions 4-7 (last week: 22)Matthew Stafford is dealing with a major offensive transition and has been unable to handle it with lessened weapons, as his play has simply gone poor this season. Those fourth-quarter comebacks seem like a distant memory.25. Buffalo Bills 4-7 (last week: 27)The Bills have been mostly competitive in the games rookie QB Josh Allen has started, a good sign for their future. That pass defense also keeps them in every game. The Raiders did some good things early in Baltimore to build off the late rally in Arizona, but their major defensive problems took over. Oakland still needs a defensive overhaul first before thinking about a big change at QB.32. Arizona Cardinals 2-9 (last week: 32)The Cardinals actually held the lead against the Chargers before they stopped doing much offensively or defensively. Steve Wilks has had a rough season of transition, and there’s only one more real shot to get win, vs. the Lions in Week 14. 26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4-7 (last week: 29)The Bucs got a win for Dirk Koetter and didn’t force him to make another quarterback change, as everyone helped Jameis Winston to beat the 49ers. Koetter is probably still gone at the end of the season, but Winston is working his way back to being a keeper.27. New York Giants 3-8 (last week: 25)The Giants got some good vibes from the 49ers and Bucs victories, but they were all lost when they let the Eagles come back on them despite Barkley bowling to another big game. The defense has been the bigger issue than Eli Manning, especially without Damon Harrison and Eli Apple.28. Jacksonville Jaguars 3-8 (last week: 26)One can’t say the Jaguars “don’t have any fight” for Doug Marrone after their most talented player, Leonard Fournette, showed relentless play and a little too much punch in Buffalo. There’s no accountability for the defense disappointing in Jacksonville, just more offensive scapegoats such as Blake Bortles and now-fired coordinator Nathaniel Hackett.29. New York Jets 3-8 (last week: 28)The Jets did their best to field a competitive team for Todd Bowles with Josh McCown, but they couldn’t hold the Patriots down long enough. Bowles might not survive as coach, but he’s not working with as much as some might think beyond his secondary.30. San Francisco 49ers 2-9 (last week: 30)Nick Mullens’ magic was there for a couple of starts, but it couldn’t last without veteran wide receivers Pierre Garcon and Marquise Goodwin, even with the running game there to fully support him. What a weird, experimental season for Kyle Shanahan with his team turning into something completely different, now minus the services of Reuben Foster.AFTER FURTHER REVIEW:Top storylines of Week 12 in the NFL31. Oakland Raiders 2-9 (last week: 31)last_img read more