Well, this is something. Forbes now has a ranking of best places for working moms (full list) and Pittsburgh is #8. All I can really say is that whether local moms agree or disagree it's an amazing contrast with one of the more amazing quotes I have ever seen written in the vast wonkopedia of Pittsburgh self-analysis over the years:
(Pittsburgh) will, however, slowly decline unless new industries employing women and those engaged in the production of consumer goods are attracted to the area.
This is from a report written by a place called the Econometric Institute based in New York City and titled: "Long Range Outlook for the Pittsburgh Industrial Area", stamped February 12, 1947. It's just amazing given the vintage of that quote. It's a testament to how much Pittsburgh lagged at having women in the local labor force that even as far back as 1947, just a tad before women's labor force participation would approach that of men, that researchers could not help but notice that something was amiss locally.
I rarely do this, but seems a bit obligatory that I mention our work not long ago looking at some of the history of women in the Pittsburgh workforce. See: Gender Wage Disparity in the Pittsburgh Region: Analyzing Causes and Differences in the Gender Wage Gap.