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This Week in Jobs Pittsburgh: Sweet Treat

Beat the heat, and enjoy a Pittsburgh tradition.

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July is here, bringing those humid days, nights and every moment in between.

The upside? Enjoying frozen treats with a rich history in the city. If you’ve never had the pleasure of enjoying Gus and YiaYia’s Iceball Cart in the Northside, now’s the perfect time to treat yourself to a cool treat.

The cart’s been in business since Gus’ mother and father got it rolling in 1934.

Loving what you do enough to stick with it for nearly nine decades? That’s pretty cool.

The News

Need more speed? You’re in luck. Gov. Wolf signed a bill to speed up the infrastructure development of 5G in Pennsylvania.

At Techcrunch’s “City Spotlight” event, Mayor Peduto and CMU President Farnam Jahanian discussed what’s next for Pittsburgh’s technology and entrepreneurship community.

The Jobs

The Remote Jobs

The End

We hope you find an opportunity as sweet as an iceball. No matter what, we’ll see you next time.

If you want to check on new jobs in the mid-Atlantic region, go ahead and sift through Technical.ly’s jobs board any time.

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