Maryland Gains 11.5K New Jobs In May As Unemployment Rate Drops To 6.1 PercentMaryland gained 11,500 jobs and the unemployment rate decreased to 6.1 percent in May, according to state jobs and unemployment data released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Why Horrific Unemployment Numbers Made The Stock Market RiseThe stock market reacted positively to the recent record unemployment numbers, which suggests a strong economic comeback, but be wary.
Why The Real Unemployment Rate Is Actually Even WorseThe U.S. job market just endured its worst month ever, but the official unemployment rate doesn't accurately reflect the staggering job losses.
Unemployment Rate Falls To 49-Year LowThe unemployment rate fell to 3.7% in September, the lowest level since December 1969.
Unemployment Is Below 4% For First Time Since 2000The job market hasn't been this good in a very long time.
Maryland Adds 4,600 Jobs In MayAccording to data released by the US Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, Maryland gained 4,600 total jobs in May.
Md. Unemployment Rate DropsState officials say the unemployment rate dropped slightly in November, but Maryland lost 3,100 jobs.
Maryland Jobless Rate Rises To 7.2 Percent In JulyUnemployment continues to rise in Maryland through the summer months amid the loss of government jobs, even as the state gained 8,100 jobs overall in July.
8,100 New Jobs Created In Md. Last MonthAccording to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate in maryland is 7.2 percent, still below the national average of 9.1 percent.