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This Week in Jobs: Loch in your next job with this monster list of 16 career opportunities

Research illuminates the origins of the aquatic monster.

Catch a glimpse of the list of jobs below.

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This Week in Jobs by Technical.ly

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.


The Loch Ness Monster lives! Or, more aptly, lived, according to a new study.

Turns out the plesiosaur, a prehistoric swimming dinosaur, spent lots of its time in freshwater, going against previously held notions. That means Nessie could be a descendant of the plesiosaur living in the freshwater of the Scottish Highlands.

While one of the most recent alleged sightings of the Loch Ness Monster was in 1975, the timing doesn’t quite add up. The plesiosaur probably went extinct about 66 million years ago.

The timelines may not align for Nessie, but it may be perfect timing for a new role. Check out this week’s job listings to learn more.

The News

What’s “quiet quitting,” and how is it transforming workplace norms?

Morgan State is on track to become the country’s first R1 HBCU. Here’s how the designation could make a difference for campus research and funding.

The executive director of the Digital Harbor Foundation, Andrew Coy, shares his goals as the newest appointment to the City of Baltimore’s Board of School Commissioners.

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Remote work is here to stay, but what about the loneliness that comes with it? Like|Minded aims to create a remote workplace culture with the help of its app.

The Jobs

Remote

Philly/Delaware

DMV

Pittsburgh

The End

Keep your eyes on the water (and the jobs board). See you again soon!

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