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Maryland One-Stop Career Centers:  A service of Maryland's Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation. Maryland One Stop Career Centers provide a full range of assistance to job seekers and businesses (free of charge). The centers are part of Maryland Jobs Now (MJN), a network of high-performing, results-oriented workforce organizations investing in employment and training strategies, services, and initiatives, helping job seekers and businesses succeed. Staffed with qualified professionals who can assist with training referrals, career counseling, job listings, and other employment-related services, the Centers stand ready to serve Marylanders with high-quality services and programs.

Choose Maryland opens in a new window:  A service of Maryland's Department of Economic Development.  Maryland’s technology job market is diverse and continuously expanding.  Job opportunities—from entry level to management and executive positions—span the breadth of technology and related employment fields.

Skills2Compete-Maryland:  A workforce and skills development vision based on the premise that every working Marylander should have access to the equivalent of at least two years of education or training past high school leading to a career or technical credential, industry certification, or a college degree.  Click here for information on Skills2Compete-Maryland within the MHEC website.

 

 
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