BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland Department of Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson announced that the state’s 32 American Job Centers are reopening physical locations for in-person services.

During the height of the covid-19, the centers operated virtually.

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“At a time when so many Marylanders are seeking new jobs and re-entering the workforce, our state’s American Job Centers are reopening their doors and our dedicated workforce professionals are eager to provide in-person services,” said Secretary Robinson. “Whether you are a job seeker or a business owner, I am confident that through the wide variety of state resources available at an American Job Center, we can help you succeed and achieve your career goals.”

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AJCs offer comprehensive employment, training, and business services. They help job seekers and employers fully participate in the state’s expanding economic recovery.

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To find the nearest AJC and current information, visit labor.maryland.gov/county.

CBS Baltimore Staff