More Than 13.5K Marylanders Filed For Unemployment Last WeekThe Maryland Department of Labor reported Thursday at 13,575 Marylanders filed for unemployment last week.
Unemployed Marylanders To Begin Receiving Extra $300 Payments FridayThe Maryland Department of Labor announced Wednesday that the Lost Wages Assistance [LWA] program will begin ahead of schedule on Friday, September 11.
More Than 11.1K Marylanders Filed For Unemployment Last Week, Down SlightlyThe Maryland Department of Labor reported Thursday that 11,115 Marylanders filed for unemployment insurance last week. That number is down slightly from the previous week. 
Governor Hogan Announces Maryland Selected To Participate In New Program To Combat Opioid EpidemicMaryland is one of just four states selected to participate in the new program which will provide job training and recovery services to people impacted by opioid epidemic in 14 jurisdictions.
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. 
Baltimore City Increases COVID-19 Testing; Athletic Courts, Playgrounds To Reopen MondayThe Maryland Department of Health reported Friday that the state's positivity rate for the coronavirus is now at its lowest level since the pandemic started.
Over 96 Percent Of Unemployment Insurance Claims Processed, Maryland Department Of Labor SaysThe Maryland Department of Labor said Thursday that over 96 percent of unemployment insurance claims have been processed.  
Maryland Workers Protest In Baltimore; Express Frustrations With Unemployment ProcessWorkers gathered Wednesday, protesting in front of the Department of Labor building in Baltimore, demanding action from government officials. 
After Weekend Of Technical Difficulties, New One-Stop Md. Unemployment Site Adds Virtual Waiting Line, Gating SystemAfter a weekend of technical difficulties, the Maryland Department of Labor is apologizing to Marylanders and says its working toward solutions.
Self-Employed Marylanders Struggle To Claim Unemployment During COVID-19 PandemicOver the past few weeks, more than 300,000 Marylanders have filed for unemployment due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maryland Adds 9.8K Jobs, 6.5K New Business Establishments Gained Since 2015The U.S. Department of Labor released data that Maryland has gained 32,000 jobs since 2015, which is the strongest stretch in employment growth since 2010.