MARYLAND — With record unemployment levels reaching new highs every week, but a good number of employers are searching for workers in Maryland. An estimated 109,263 Marylanders filed for first-time unemployment benefits last week.
The employment site Indeed.com has listed scores of jobs that have opened even as the virus continues and many businesses remain closed.
You can search here for job openings in our area.
You'll note that some of the postings went up more than 30 days ago. But also notice that many of the jobs have been advertised within the past few days and weeks.
If you're a small business owner in Maryland in search of employees and you're not on Indeed, you can post your job openings in the Patch classified section. Here are instructions.
Marylanders can now apply for PUA, PEUC, and regular unemployment insurance benefits on the state's BEACON One-Stop application system. Click here to learn more about the application process.
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