With an unparalleled work ethic, no-nonsense attitude, low turnover rates, and low absenteeism, our employees are honest, friendly, highly skilled, educated, and enthusiastic about their jobs.
Buffalo Niagara labor costs are lower than those of other northeastern and Great Lakes region metropolitan areas of comparable or greater size, such as Cleveland or Boston.
Labor Market Assessment 2010
The Labor Market Assessment 2010 outlines Buffalo Niagara region’s significant economic and demographic transitions. It presents a comprehensive, independent assessment of the Buffalo Niagara region's labor market. Download the guide here.
Wage and Salary Report 2010
The Wage and Salary Report 2010 offers a comprehensive catalog of wage and benefit information for the Buffalo Niagara region. It includes average, entry- and experienced-level wages for more than 550 job titles. Download the guide here.
Against national averages, WNY employee earnings are considerably lower in all industry sectors, with the exception of the agriculture services and manufacturing. Relative to state figures, average annual earnings are lower in all industry sectors. For industry-specific positions and comparisons, call us at 716.842.1330 or 800.916.9073. Download a document for current average salaries here.
is a comprehensive online jobs resource providing employers with the ability to post career opportunities at no charge and allows job seekers to post their resume and search job listings exclusive the eight counties of western New York.
The Department of Labor (DOL) administers a variety of workforce development services, including customized training grants and a website that allows employers to post job openings statewide on www.labor.state.ny.us