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2019 THE BUSINESS OF PITTSBURGH

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The focus of the Business of Pittsburgh is to track the pulse of the city's economy, with a monthly installment of stories, data and voices of people with interesting insights.

March: Jobs and unemployment
Women in tech - and beyond - struggle to find jobs
Building a career, five weeks at a time
Cost of living: Pittsburgh vs. other cities
Q&A with your boss
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GROWING UP THROUGH THE CRACKS

Officer Joe Risher, left, reads "Five Little Kittens" to children including Karalina Bouchard, center, of Wilmerding at the East Allegheny Family Center, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019, in Wilmerding. Officer Joe Risher reads to the children at East Allegheny Family Center every other Tuesday, as part of a continued effort by the police force to help connect with the community that is still getting used to having a police presence. (Michael M. Santiago/Post-Gazette) #CPWilmerding
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette explores the data tying childhood deprivation to a host of other problems, and delve into a dozen communities in which half of the kids live in poverty.

■ NEW: Policing change brings cops up close with kids in poverty

The children at the center of North Braddock's storm

In Louisville, Ky., governmental unity has helped to reduce child poverty rates.

Fragmented local government a challenge in addressing child poverty in Allegheny County

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