Baltimore has a bounty of prospects for recruiters, especially with large companies being offered incentives to set up in the city and create employment opportunities. In addition to being the largest seaport
in the U.S. Mid Atlantic, Baltimore also has a large education and healthcare
There largest private sector employers in the city include John Hopkins University
with 31,360 staff and John Hopkins Hospital
with 18,853 staff. The top 10 highest paying jobs in the city can be found in the health sector, and a postsecondary teacher can earn an average of $138,550 per year.
The state of Maryland had increased the number of new jobs to 13,500 by May 2015, spanning a range of sectors. One sector that is growing in Baltimore is the financial activities
sector, which has grown from 1.5% in June 2014 to 1.9% in June 2015.
A company that is creating incredible options for recruiters
is Amazon. As of July 2015, the company had created 2,500 jobs, and there are plans to have 1,000 positions available each year for the next ten years. This should increase the overall jobs available, as there will be businesses that spring up to support this influx
of Amazon employees.
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