Baltimore ranks highly in the tech field as one of the eight U.S. cities with the most tech jobs being created, according to Indeed.com.
Unemployment continues to fall in Maryland for both the private and public sectors, with rates dropping to 4.1 percent in June. Overall, Maryland has gained 56,100 jobs in the last 12 months.
Job search site ZipRecruiter recently analyzed its database of more than eight million active jobs, and ranked the 20 fastest-growing tech markets.
Last year, Southwest carried more than 9 million origin and destination passengers at BWI, contributing $3 billion to the Baltimore-area GDP.
Maryland has moved closer to getting an offshore wind farm. The state's Public Service Commission announced Thursday that two developers, Skipjack Offshore Wind LLC and U.S. Wind Inc.
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