Maryland Applies For Additional $300 Per Week In Federal Unemployment BenefitsMaryland is applying for residents impacted by the coronavirus pandemic to get an additional $300 a week in federal unemployment benefits, the governor announced Wednesday. 
Anne Arundel County To Hire Unemployed Residents As Part Of Operation COVID-19 Health CorpsAnne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman announced a new plan Wednesday to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
More Than 33K Marylanders Filed For Unemployment Last Week As Federal Unemployment Benefits Set To Expire, Leaving Some WorriedMore than 33,000 Marylanders filed for unemployment the week ending July 18.
Record-Breaking 68K Jobs Added In Maryland Last Month, Department Of Labor Says68,000 jobs were added across Maryland last month, according to State Department of Labor. 
37K Marylanders Filed For Unemployment Last WeekMore than 37,000 Marylanders filed for unemployment last week.
Maryland Unemployment Claims Up By 10K Last WeekMaryland's unemployment claims were up by 10,000 last week, according to new data released Thursday.
More Than 56K Marylanders Applied For Unemployment Last WeekMore than 56,000 Marylanders applied for unemployment insurance last week, about 10,000 more than the previous week. 
Nearly 48K Filed For Unemployment In Maryland Last Week, DOL Says It's Paid $3.3B In Benefits So FarNearly 48,000 people filed for unemployment the week ending June 20.
Maryland Official Outlines Work To Cut Unemployment BacklogMaryland's labor department had a backlog of more than 34,000 pending unemployment claims as of last week, but the department secretary told lawmakers Wednesday the agency is making progress processing claims.
More Than 41K Marylanders Filed For Unemployment Last WeekThe number of unemployment claims filed in Maryland last week topped more than 41,000.
Domino's Stores Across Baltimore-Area Looking To Hire 750 PeopleThe part-time and full-time positions range from delivery drivers to customer service to managers.
Coronavirus Resources: Officials Say Maryland Unemployment Website Is ImprovingThe state's labor secretary said steps have been taken to improve the performance. 
Coronavirus Response: Maryland Gets $1.6M For Program To Provide Temporary Jobs For Laid-Off WorkersMaryland is getting more than $1.6 million to help workers laid off due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Now Hiring: Here's A List Of Businesses Hiring In BaltimoreIf you've been furloughed, laid off or just looking for a job during the coronavirus pandemic, the Baltimore mayor's Office of Employment Development has a growing list of businesses hiring in the city. 
Coronavirus Latest: US Postal Service Hiring For Numerous Jobs In MarylandWhile countless employers are laying people off amid the economic slump caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Postal Service is hiring for a number of jobs in Maryland and beyond.