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Letter to the Editor: Reverse the tax cuts and create a job bill

Dear Editor, My boyhood hero, Robert Kennedy, used to say that “Jobs are better than welfare.” As a liberal/progressive Democrat, I agree.  But I would add that having a job that pays a good and living wage that is well […]

Letter to the Editor: Reverse the tax cuts and create a job bill

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Dear Editor, My boyhood hero, Robert Kennedy, used to say that “Jobs are better than welfare.” As a liberal/progressive Democrat, I agree.  But I would add that having a job that pays a good and living wage that is well […]

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Pompeian Olive Oil is bottled in Baltimore, Maryland. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Pompeian announces job growth, increased presence at Walmart

Baltimore-based Pompeian is the fastest-growing olive oil brand at Walmart, with sales that have increased by 238% since 2015. Recognizing this achievement, Mayor Catherine E. Pugh, city and state

Maryland’s gets mixed economic messages from feds

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Talk about sending mixed messages, the latest jobs report for Maryland can be read as good news or the precursor of bad economic news. Maryland added 3,500

‘We can do more to help working families get ahead’

With the nationwide factory closings in 1981, I found myself working any job that would allow me to support my family. Starting out with a bachelor’s degree in business

Maryland should focus on careers not jobs

By Del. Cory McCray For MarylandReporter.com Keeping a steady focus on careers instead of just creating jobs will help add longevity and health to Maryland’s economy. We ended fiscal year 2016 with

Baltimore County Del. Morhaim speaks out on fracking

Opponents of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) for natural gas rally in Annapolis on Dec. 20 outside hearing of the Joint Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review Committee. (All photos by Engage

Steel Stories #2

(The United Steelworkers monument to workers killed on the job stood in front of Local 9477’s union hall before its relocation to a nearby park following the shutdown of

Obama’s Labor Secretary Tom Perez: No. 1 priority is ‘putting people back to work’

Tom Perez by MDGovpics with Flickr Creative Commons License By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com “We’ve got to keep causing good trouble,” U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez told a crowd of Howard County Democrats

Baltimore Riots: What really caused the city to go up in flames?

Baltimore is a proud city with a great industrial past. Through no fault of their own, hundreds of thousands of its people were thrown into destitution and despair over

Working When You’re Not: The business of life between losing and finding a job  

Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from Dan Schmidt's book - Working When You're Not: The business of life between losing and finding a job.  Schmidt grew up

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