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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.

From movie theaters to the NFL, Taylor Swift might be a “Mastermind.”

When the songstress started showing her “Style” with Kansas City Chiefs merch, sales of her alleged beau’s jersey, Travis Kelce, jumped 400%.

The premiere of TSwift’s “Eras” tour movie set records for the top-earning opening weekend for a concert documentary.

If you’re thinking about how to innovate and draw a “Blank Space,” it doesn’t hurt to get out of your head and think, “What might multi-media mogul Taylor Swift do?”

Who knows? You might have an “Epiphany” with one of this week’s job postings.

The News

Meta Quest 3 has arrived, and here’s a first impression from one of our writers.

Maryland is piloting the $10 million “Build Our Future” grant program to transform the state into a major technology hub.

Out of the tank and into seed funding: After appearing on “Shark Tank,” Maryland-based Hungry Harvest raised $1.15 million.

Duolingo is making sweet music with its latest curriculum offering.

The Jobs

Philly + Delaware

DC + Baltimore



The End

Time to “Shake it Off” and try something new. See you later!


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