The population of Washington was estimated to be 13,000 in 2021.
Cost of Living
The cost of living in Washington is about 10% lower than the national average.
The State of Pennsylvania has a state level minimum wage of $7.25 per hour for basic wages, and $2.83 per hour for tipped wages.
Working in Washington, PA
Washington is a small college town of 13,000 in western Pennsylvania, home of Washington & Jefferson College. Top industries in Washington include Health Services, Education, Government, and Trade, Transportation, and Utilities. The job market in Washington is largely based around the college, but other top employers include Washington Hospital and the government of Washington County. People like working in Washington because of its college town feel and historic buildings. Overall, average weekly wages for most occupations and cost of living are lower in Washington than in the rest of the US. Jobs near Washington include Service Workers, Professors, Receptionists, Medical Assistants, and Production Associates.