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Jobs in Pennsylvania Created by Two Projects

Posted on July 13, 2009

The establishment of two new companies will help create more jobs in Pennsylvania. Click here to see more. Gov. Edward G. Rendell recently announced that Diversapack LLC and Advanced Metal Processing will establish new facilities in Blair County, Pa. Those two projects will help create 185 jobs during the next three years and bring $21 […]


Maryland Construction Jobs Get Weatherized

Posted on July 7, 2009

An extended effort to go green will help create several Maryland construction jobs. Gov. Martin O’Malley recently announced that the State of Maryland is expanding its home weatherization program, which is designed to benefit thousands of low-income families and create new construction jobs throughout the state. The funding will be stretched out over three years […]


Washington D.C. Jobs, Unemployment Increase

Posted on June 29, 2009

As the District’s unemployment rate continued to increase, a dismal number of Washington, D.C. jobs were added during May. The District of Columbia saw its unemployment rate climb from 9.9 percent to 10.7 percent during May, which is higher than the national unemployment rate of 9.4 percent. However, the District did manage to add a […]


Virginia Jobs Prep from Microsoft

Posted on June 22, 2009

The State of Virginia and Microsoft have teamed up to help prepare people for jobs in Virginia. Gov. Timothy M. Kaine recently announced that the state and Microsoft are launching the Microsoft Elevate America program, an innovative public-private partnership to provide free technology training to displaced workers. Microsoft will work with the Virginia Community College […]


PA Teaching Jobs Created by STEM Initiative

Posted on June 16, 2009

A new initiative could help create a slew of PA teaching jobs in important fields. Gov. Edward G. Rendell recently announced a proposal to increase student achievement, address teacher shortages and prepare the state’s future workforce for high-demand fields. The proposal would allow skilled professionals in the science, technology, engineering and math fields to share […]


Maryland Science Jobs Created by Space Industry

Posted on June 9, 2009

A focus on the state’s aerospace industry could help create many Maryland science jobs. Gov. Martin O’Malley recently announced a strategic vision for expanding the space industry throughout Maryland. This comes only days after the state unveiled a multi-year plan to expand its biotech industry. The new vision is designed to take advantage of the […]


D.C. Office Jobs Created by The Yards

Posted on June 1, 2009

Construction has begun on a project that will eventually create thousands of D.C. office jobs. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty and officials from Forest City Washington and the General Services Administration recently announced that work has begun on The Park at The Yards, a 5.4-acre public waterfront park that will overlook the Anacostia River. The Park […]


Jobs in Virginia Hold Steady

Posted on May 26, 2009

One of the few states that didn’t see an increase in unemployment during April, jobs in Virginia are continuing to hold their own. During April, the State of Virginia saw its unemployment rate come in at 6.8 percent, even with the March unemployment rate and lower than the national unemployment rate of 8.9 percent. The […]


Biotech Jobs in PA Get Funding

Posted on May 18, 2009

Gov. Edward G. Rendell recently announced his plan to invest in three venture capital firms that will help create biotech jobs in PA. The Commonwealth Financing Authority recently approved $5 million in new investments to the firms through the New PA Venture Capital Investment program, which provides loans to venture capital firms to invest in […]


Maryland Careers with Port of Baltimore Kept in State

Posted on May 12, 2009

An effort between Gov. Martin O’Malley and the Mediterranean Shipping Company will help keep hundreds of Maryland careers in the state. O’Malley and officials from MSC recently signed a six-year extension to the current contract between the Port of Baltimore and the MSC, an international container shipping company based in Geneva. The deal will help […]


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