PBPC Job Opportunities

Working for the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center

The Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center (PBPC) offers a dynamic environment in which research, outreach, and public education are used to advance public policies that improve the quality of life for working Pennsylvanians. PBPC team members accomplish this goal by drafting original reports, writing opinion pieces for the state’s major newspapers, writing for our blog Third and State, and speaking to thousands of individuals across the state about progressive taxes, education, health care, and economic policies that build the middle class. We mobilize organizations and individuals to take action on key issues. Our staff play a critical role in the policy process, providing the fact base for good public policies at the state and federal level. Annually, team members attend national conferences and present information to national audiences on the work undertaken in Pennsylvania.

"The Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center recently put forth a sensible idea, suggesting that Pennsylvania and its neighboring gas-producing states (Ohio and West Virginia) work together to assure gas drillers exploiting the people's resources pay fair taxes ... That money could be pumped into schools in Pennsylvania — or perhaps even crumbling roads."

The York Daily Record

PBPC is a project of the Keystone Research Center, a 20-year-old economic policy think tank working for broadly shared prosperity, and a member of the State Priorities Partnership (SPP), coordinated by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. PBPC is an equal opportunity employer.

Current Openings

Quantitative Analyst / Labor Economist