Port of Seattle

Port of Seattle

Recognized as a national leader on sustainability and economic development, the Port of Seattle owns and operates Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, cruise, cargo and grain terminals, Fishermen’s Terminal, five public marinas and local real estate assets.

Robots can help companies with jobs that are tedious or physically challenging and free up workers to do other things.

“You have to hire the right people, train them effectively and provide mentors and other support.”

Whether you're playing tour guide or just want to mix up your family activities, heading to the Seattle waterfront is a great way to see the city's best sights.

Get to, through and off of the plane while keeping your good vacation vibes intact.

An increasing number of Washington companies are looking to the nearly 594,000 veterans in our state to fill jobs.

Pedro Montoya discovered his love for carpentry while attending Puget Sound Skills Center. The 2015 graduate worked as an apprentice on the new PSSC Health Sciences Building which opened in September.

Regionally, it’s expected that there will be a shortage of more than 4,100 skilled construction workers between 2018 and 2023.

Sustainable aviation biofuels could help airlines transition away from fossil fuels and alleviate some impacts of climate change.

The 7-acre shoreline-access park provides a quiet green open space in south Elliott Bay.

Get a taste of what it’s really like to live the mariner’s life.

Recycling at Sea-Tac Airport, 10 November 2015.

How Sea-Tac reduces daily waste – and how travelers can help.

A paycheck and real-world job experience in industries can lead to future employment.