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This Week in Jobs DMV: Sky’s the Limit

Remember, a setback is just the beginning of a bounce back.

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Editor’s note: Every week we ship an email newsletter featuring the region’s most exciting career opportunities. We’ve lovingly called it This Week in Jobs (aka TWIJ — “twidge.”). Below is this week’s edition; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here.

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As more public places gradually return back to “normal,” it’s important to appreciate some things we might have taken for granted. I missed being able to have a staycation weekend at a hotel and eating out regularly.

The stress of the pandemic is slowly lessening, but the stress of job hunting can seemingly be never-ending. That’s why it’s important to stay loose and take some time to relax.

And what better way to release some stress than jumping around on the world’s largest bounce house. The Big Bounce America tour will visit Maryland in September, so start practicing your flips.

The News is closing its private Slack communications and doubling down on a public Slack channel in an effort to connect with communities around the world. Join the public community here.

Baltimore-based digital health startup TikTalk2Me raised $1.5 million in a recent round of funding, aiming to expand its presence with the new funds.

The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington added a “Tech Trailblazers” category for its annual RAMMY awards this year. Check out the nominees here. is now reporting daily stories in Pittsburgh. Keep up with the latest headlines by subscribing to Pittsburgh’s newsletter here.

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