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Maryland: picking up the pace
Wedged between the North and the South, Maryland is enjoying a business growth spurt that translates into new jobs and a brighter future.
Maryland’s Sluggish Payroll Employment Growth
Explore how payroll employment growth in Maryland has differed from the nation since the Great Recession in this Regional Matters article.
The crab: a big catch or just a trap?
More than half of the U.S. supply of blue crabs comes from the Chesapeake Bay, making the Bay the number one source of this crustacean.
Regional News at a Glance
Red skies and blue collars: Sparrows Point shaped Baltimore
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Shifting Populations: Results From 2021 Census Estimates
When the COVID-19 pandemic first began in the United States in 2020, many workers started working full time from home. The expansion of remote work allowed a growing number of people to see a future in which where they worked and where they lived did not have to be one in the same. As workers became less tethered to their offices in big cities, stories emerged, including from our own outreach, of workers moving away from urban cores in favor of more rural areas. But do the stories align with what the data tell us?
Economic history: Games people play: How a major computer and video game cluster formed in rural central Maryland
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District economic developments
Maryland is hit hard by the recession
Commerce and nature : business park thrives near bay