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This Week in Jobs DMV: Striking Up the Band

It’s time to sound the horn (section).

Oh, when the saints go marching in. (Gif by

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When the Band Comes Marching In

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many industries and organizations to shift to remote environments.

Thankfully, this has been a smooth transition for many people due to tech that allows us to communicate efficiently from home. But for other people, it hasn’t been so easy.

Maryland high school marching bands have had to rehearse through video chat over the course of the pandemic, which has heeded mixed results. Now, they’re able to practice in person just in time for competitions later this month.

This serves as a reminder to stay ready so you don’t have to get ready. Though outside forces may put a hitch in your upcoming interview (or in this case, band practice), it’s important to keep yourself prepared for when the time finally comes to execute.

The News

Business advisory firm Aronson recently offered advice on navigating the intricacies of tax services for tech clients.’s third annual RealLIST Engineers list was revealed last week, highlighting influential technologists in Baltimore and D.C.

A recent report from the Greater Baltimore Committee and Towson University examined the impact of the pandemic on women in the workplace in the Baltimore region.

Companies in the D.C. area raised $1.3 billion in venture capital funding in the third quarter. Check out the top 10 deals.

The Jobs





The End

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