As the City’s workforce development board, Philadelphia Works, Inc. fully understands the severity of the economic impact that COVID-19 is having on our local economy.

Businesses and individuals are navigating their priorities regarding health, safety, and the ability to sustain during these uncertain times.

For Philadelphia Works, the health and safety of the communities that we serve every day is our top priority. We are continuously reviewing and responding to local, state, and federal recommendations to inform our response to the rapidly changing directives regarding COVID-19. Additionally, we are ensuring that our decisions are in alignment with the offices of Mayor James Kenney and Governor Tom Wolf.

To that end, and until further notice, we have canceled all events and meetings, and have closed all local PA CareerLink® centers and Philadelphia Works’ corporate office in One Penn Center at Suburban Station. We will all continue to operate remotely and continue our mission responding to business needs and increasing economic opportunity for all Philadelphia residents.

Below you will find workforce information and resources for both businesses and job seekers regarding COVID-19. Please check back regularly as these resources will be continuously updated. More on accessing PA CareerLink Philadelphia here.

Businesses hiring now

Employers hiring at this time can post job opportunities here.

If you need to speak to someone directly regarding the details of your open position or need to provide specific guidance for your job posting, please email us at [email protected] or call us at (833) 750-5627.

Develop a Strong Talent Pipeline

If you are looking to develop a long-term strategy to hire, grow, and retain talent, contact a member of our Business Engagement Team at [email protected].

Career seekers looking for work

Individuals can access open job opportunities here. If you need assistance in applying, please email us at [email protected] or call us at (833) 750-5627.

For information and resources about how the Coronavirus is affecting life in Philadelphia, get the facts at: For State-wide information, visit