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Higher wages will solve lowered hiring | READER COMMENTARY

The boardwalk scene near 10th Street in Ocean City just before Memorial Day weekend where businesses face a hiring crunch with fewer job applicants at the same time that there is an expected increase in tourism, the product of post-COVID-19 pent-up demand for travel. May 25, 2021. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun).
The boardwalk scene near 10th Street in Ocean City just before Memorial Day weekend where businesses face a hiring crunch with fewer job applicants at the same time that there is an expected increase in tourism, the product of post-COVID-19 pent-up demand for travel. May 25, 2021. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun). (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)

Someone should tell Gov. Larry Hogan that employers will be able to hire needed workers when they pay a living wage, not when the government takes away benefits (”More Maryland unemployment changes: State will resume work search requirement in July,” June 4).

Stanton Collins, Hunt Valley

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