Tech Talent

The CEO Council is working to enhance Greater Philadelphia’s pipeline of mid-level technology talent through efforts to attract and retain these professionals to the region.

Tech Talent

The CEO Council is working to enhance Greater Philadelphia’s pipeline of mid-level technology talent through efforts to attract and retain these professionals to the region.

ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN

Greater Philadelphia has a diverse community of employers with a growing need for technology talent. As we look towards solutions to address the current and future demand for these workers, we are focused on executing a collective strategy to attract, develop and retain workers to grow the region’s profile as a hub of innovation employment and talent.

The CEO Council is taking action to address this need by executing a communications campaign designed to attract mid-level technologists to the region while also working to retain the experienced tech workers who already call Greater Philadelphia home.

Greater Philadelphia has improved its ability to retain its college graduates graduates in recent years, providing an ample supply of early-career professionals across industries. Retaining and attracting mid-career talent, however, is key to maintaining a robust and experienced high-tech workforce. The Tech Talent campaign focuses on:

  • Recognizing Greater Philadelphia as a high-tech employment hub based on the region’s abundance and diversity of opportunities.
  • Promoting the region’s many lifestyle benefits to potential relocating mid-level tech workers throughout the United States to encourage them to live and work in Greater Philadelphia.
  • Retaining and engaging mid-level tech talent currently working in Greater Philadelphia and encouraging them to become ambassadors for the campaign.
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Growth in High-Tech Jobs

There continues to be demand for talented professionals working in information security, data science, software and hardware in Greater Philadelphia as seen in the 4% growth in these jobs from 2013-2019, nearly double the nation’s growth rate. The attraction and retention of these high-tech workers is key to accelerating the region’s position as a top 25 market for tech talent.

ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN

Greater Philadelphia has a diverse community of employers with a growing need for technology talent. As we look towards solutions to address the current and future demand for these workers, we are focused on executing a collective strategy to attract, develop and retain workers to grow the region’s profile as a hub of innovation employment and talent.

The CEO Council is taking action to address this need by executing a communications campaign designed to attract mid-level technologists to the region while also working to retain the experienced tech workers who already call Greater Philadelphia home.

Greater Philadelphia has improved its ability to retain its college graduates in recent years, providing an ample supply of early-career professionals across industries. Retaining and attracting mid-career talent, however, is key to maintaining a robust and experienced high-tech workforce. The Tech Talent campaign focuses on:

  • Recognizing Greater Philadelphia as a high-tech employment hub based on the region’s abundance and diversity of opportunities.
  • Promoting the region’s many lifestyle benefits to potential relocating mid-level tech workers throughout the United States to encourage them to live and work in Greater Philadelphia.
  • Retaining and engaging mid-level tech talent currently working in Greater Philadelphia and encouraging them to become ambassadors for the campaign.
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Growth in High-Tech Jobs
Growth in High-Tech Jobs

There continues to be demand for talented professionals working in information security, data science, software and hardware in Greater Philadelphia as seen in the 4% growth in these jobs from 2013-2019, nearly double the nation’s growth rate. The attraction and retention of these high-tech workers is key to accelerating the region’s position as a top 25 market for tech talent.

Learn more about the CEO Council’s talent work.