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This Week in Jobs: Go for the gold with these 21 open roles

The Oscars race is heating up, just like this week’s opportunities.

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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.

Movie fans have reason to celebrate early this morning. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences revealed this year’s Oscars nominees.

Was your favorite movie of 2022 nominated? Favorite performance snubbed? Have a full list of movies to catch up on before the big night?

Regardless of this morning’s outcome, it’s a fun time to celebrate the year in film and recognize artists’ achievements.

Speaking of reasons to celebrate — we’ve got a full list of nominees for your next big role below.

The News

The future is freelance, CEO Christopher Wink writes in this week’s Culture Builder Newsletter, but what does that mean in the wake of recent economic slowdowns?

How can Maryland bridge the gap between access and opportunities in the life science space? Finding a solution was top of mind last week at Maryland Tech Council’s Annapolis Day Advocacy Summit.

When it comes to its potential in the innovation economy, Pennsylvania is falling short, according to a recent Brookings Metro report. Here’s how the state, at large, can take advantage of its skilled and growing workforce. is taking off, literally and figuratively. The Columbia, Maryland-based cybersecurity company just announced a $900 million contract with the US Air Force.

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