Baltimore County Johnny Olszewski Nominates Former Maryland Labor Secretary Leonard Howie IIIBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski nominated Leonard J. Howie III to be the County's Director of Economic and Workforce Development.
More Than 4,000 Seasonal Jobs Open At Kohl's Fulfillment Center In EdgewoodKohl's is looking to fill more than 4,000 seasonal positions at its fulfillment center in Edgewood.
Median Income Hit Record High In 2019 Before The Pandemic, Census SaysMedian US household income was $68,700 in 2019, the highest since 1967, the first year records were kept, according to inflation-adjusted data released by the Census Bureau on Tuesday.
61% Of Americans Looking For Jobs Right Now Want To Switch CareersThe pandemic has hit the US economy and job market hard, battering some industries beyond recognition. That's inspired many job seekers to change careers altogether, according to a new study.
More Than 11K Marylanders Filed For Unemployment Last WeekUnemployment numbers in Maryland are rising just slightly, with more than 11,000 filing in the last week.
Marylanders Affected By Pandemic Can Now Apply For Eviction Prevention GrantsGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday the application period for $16 million in grants is now open.
Port Of Baltimore's July Cargo Numbers Show Signs Of Economic Recovery From Coronavirus Pandemic ImpactThere signs of economic recovery in Maryland, including at the Port of Baltimore.
Class Of 2020 Entering Worst Job Market Since Great DepressionThe Class of 2020 started its senior year in a boom time, with the national unemployment rate at a near-record low of 3.7%.
What Companies Benefit From Coronavirus?Amazon and Netflix continue to do well as coronavirus isolates people in their homes, but many other companies have benefited or may soon.
Some Maryland Service Industry Workers Make More On Unemployment While Others Collecting Some Wages Don't QualifyFor some workers in the service industry, it can make more sense for them to stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic rather than go back to work since they are making more money now on unemployment.
'Reopen Maryland' Protest Planned In Annapolis SaturdayA group of Marylanders plan to protest in Annapolis Saturday to reopen the state after Gov. Larry Hogan put the state under "stay at home" order on March 30 due to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Updates: Mayor Young Postpones Baltimore's Annual Tax Sale To JulyBaltimore Mayor Jack Young is postponing the city's annual tax sale to July, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland Attorney General Urges Feds To Make Sure COVID-19 Emergency Stimulus Checks Will Go To Families, Not Debt CollectorsHe has joined a coalition of 25 other attorneys general calling to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to protect the CARES Act funds, and ensure they are protected from wage garnishment.
Coronavirus Impact: More Than $48M In Federal Funding Allotted For Maryland Communities Dealing With Economic Impacts Of COVID-19The Maryland Congressional Delegation announced more than $48 million in federal funding to support communities affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: More Than 42K Unemployment Insurance Claims Filed In Maryland Last WeekBaltimore County had the most claims filed at more than 6,500; Baltimore City had 5,392 claims filed.