Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania, having a metropolitan population of 6,228,601 people. The current median household income for Philadelphia is $80,007. Philadelphia was founded by William Penn, an English Quaker, in 1682, before the Revolutionary War that freed the colonies from British rule and was made the nation’s first capital in 1775. Its age and history are evident everywhere you go in “Philly.” Old masonry buildings sit amongst gleaming, modern towers. The city lies between the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers, which join at the southern end of the city and race out to Delaware Bay. If you enjoy American history, you will appreciate the many historical sites and buildings located in Philly. Sports fans will appreciate that Philadelphia is one of only 13 U.S. cities having teams in all of major league sports. So, whether you like professional baseball, football, hockey, or basketball – there’s a sporting event for you! The greater Philadelphia metro area is home and host to multiple major employers, including Aramark, Comcast, Pep Boys, Sunoco, Urban Outfitters, Drexel University, GlaxoSmithKline, IKEA USA, CDI and many others!