Maryland administrative jobs added
Posted on June 5, 2017
The number of administrative jobs in Maryland have climbed, according to recent labor statistics.
Maryland added 3,500 total jobs over-the-month. The private sector added 1,900 jobs. Since January 2015,
Maryland has gained 98,400 jobs.
The unemployment rate is 4.3 percent.
“Employers are creating jobs because they understand Governor Hogan’s commitment to supporting Maryland businesses, improving the economy and fostering new opportunities,” said Labor Secretary Kelly M. Schulz. “The Maryland Department of Labor continues to explore innovative approaches to workforce development to advance job growth in the State.”
According to the data released today, the Professional and Business Services Sector increased by 1,800 jobs.(The Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services subsector increased by 3,600 jobs and Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services subsector decreased by 1,800 jobs.)
The Financial Activities Sector increased by 1,200 jobs. (The Finance and Insurance subsector increased by 800 jobs and the Real Estate and Rental and Leasing subsector increased by 400 jobs.)
The Leisure and Hospitality Sector increased by 700 jobs. (The Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation subsector increased by 1,600 jobs and the Accommodation and Food Services subsector decreased by 900 jobs.)
The Information Sector increased by 700 jobs. The Manufacturing Sector increased by 200 jobs.