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  • How to rebuild your hiring process into a successful one with 5 easy steps

    How to rebuild your hiring process into a successful one with 5 easy steps

    If you work in HR, you know how important it is to place real value on the hiring process—but does the company you work for feel the same way? Although it can be argued that nothing is more important to the short- and long-term viability of an organization than ensuring that the teams who work...

  • Using social media to get your next job

    Using social media to get your next job

    The future is now! Social media is the best! Or at least it’s fast, which can sometimes feel like the same thing. And social media really is great—we’re more connected to each other, and opportunities, than ever before. But if you want to take social media and harness its power for your job search,...

  • How to quickly prepare for your upcoming internship

    How to quickly prepare for your upcoming internship

    Are you on the cusp of starting a new internship? If so, then congratulations—this can be an amazing opportunity for self-discovery and an important step in your lifelong career journey. Simply put, internships are great ways to explore your professional strengths and weaknesses, and can help you...

  • The top reasons HR is important to an organization

    The top reasons HR is important to an organization

    These days, effective businesses take every aspect of their organization seriously and have dedicated professionals across their teams who work towards a common goal—supporting the business and positioning it for lasting success. One important team in the mix is human resources (HR), who often...

  • How to work hard without being a pushover

    How to work hard without being a pushover

    If you’re like most of us, you’re dedicated to doing your absolute best at work—day in and day out—in order to prove to yourself, your colleagues, and to anyone else who’s paying attention that you not only deserve the position you’re in but that you have every intention of moving as high up your...

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  • Paragon Bioservices plans to expand gene therapy manufacturing capacity, add 200-plus jobs near BWI

    Paragon Bioservices plans to expand gene therapy manufacturing capacity, add 200-plus jobs near BWI

    Paragon Bioservices, a Baltimore-based contract drug maker, said Tuesday that it would expand with a new manufacturing facility for gene therapies near BWI Marshall Airport that will employ more than 200 people. The new 150,000-square-foot facility, expected to open in 18 to 24 months, will nearly...

  • Unemployment rises in Maryland as state loses 20,200 jobs in December

    Unemployment rises in Maryland as state loses 20,200 jobs in December

    Maryland lost an estimated 20,200 jobs in December as the state’s unemployment rate ticked up to 4 percent. While the state’s unemployment remains below the national average, Maryland experienced job losses across all major sectors last month, led by professional and business services, which shed...

  • Baltimore entrepreneurship program for moms expanding

    Baltimore entrepreneurship program for moms expanding

    With feathers on her eyelashes and glitter everywhere else, it was clear that Takia Ross’ true calling was not as a history teacher. Ross dolled up friends at her kitchen table in South Baltimore, but she never considered trading in her stable teaching job at a city school and, later, the Community...

  • Doctors group promotes its economic impact in Maryland

    Doctors group promotes its economic impact in Maryland

    There are 17,633 active patient care physicians in Maryland supporting more than 213,000 jobs and generating $3.95 billion in economic output for the state’s economy, according to a study released by MedChi, Maryland’s medical society, and the American Medical Association. The doctors each generated...

  • Democrats, unions launch push for statewide $15 minimum wage

    Democrats, unions launch push for statewide $15 minimum wage

    A coalition of Democrats, union leaders and workers launched a campaign to raise Maryland’s minimum hourly wage to $15 on Monday, saying they chose to do so on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to carry on his message of justice and fairness. They are proposing to reach that wage floor by 2023, a move...

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