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Thousands of Maryland government jobs will no longer require a four-year college degree

March 16, 2022

Some state government jobs will no longer require applicants to have a four-year college degree under a new initiative announced by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Thursday to expand job opportunities. Thousands of state jobs in every department will be open to applicants with relevant experience and training, particularly in the information technology, administrative and customer-service sectors, which previously required a college degree.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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