THERE IS A REASON LEHIGH VALLEY IS DIFFERENT.
The region’s access to markets, space, capital, and talented labor are unparalleled. The economy is thriving, the culture is diverse, and the quality of life is phenomenal. Companies and people are choosing to locate in Lehigh Valley and start a new venture in a growing region that’s famous for its makers.
In Lehigh Valley, it’s not unheard of to have a job you love and a home you can afford. You can create a life, a business, or a career on your own terms. With more than 15,000 businesses calling the region home, there is no shortage of opportunities for professionals of all skill levels and backgrounds.
Thanks in part to changing demographic trends and preferences, the cities, boroughs, and towns of Lehigh Valley have increasingly become a symbol of the overall strength of the region. Lehigh Valley has thriving downtown neighborhoods in each of its three cities, placing the region in a perfect position to capitalize on the growing trends of millennials and workers seeking the life-work balance offered here.
Those of us who live and work in Lehigh Valley every day already know what a special place it is. Now we want to make sure the rest of the world knows all that’s made possible in Lehigh Valley.
AVERAGE WAGES FOR SELECT KEY OCCUPATIONS
Health Practitioners $95,100
Management Occupations $121,600
Software developers $92,700
Computer systems analysts $90,900
Physicians and surgeons $192,700
Information Technology Managers $134,600
Operations Managers $125,100
Industrial Production Managers $114,300
Life Scientists $83,600
Financial Specialists $81,200
Accountants and auditors $78,500
Registered Nurses $68,000
Elementary & High School Teachers $68,400
IN 18-34 YEAR OLD POPULATION
OF LEHIGH VALLEY’S THREE CITIES OF ALLENTOWN, BETHLEHEM, AND EASTON.
MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME
LARGEST ECONOMY IN THE US