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EMPLOYERJOB TITLEBASE SALARYLOCATIONSUBMIT DATESTART DATECASE STATUS
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST44,000BALTIMORE, MD02/28/201406/04/2014CERTIFIED
THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST46,900BALTIMORE, MD11/24/201405/01/2015CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST46,900BALTIMORE, MD05/12/201506/23/2015CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST49,380BALTIMORE, MD10/17/201212/14/2012CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST52,180BALTIMORE, MD10/21/201302/01/2014CERTIFIED
ALCHOHOL DRUG AND MENTAL HEALTH BOARD OF FRANKLINSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST67,300COLUMBUS, OH07/29/201308/12/2013WITHDRAWN
ALCOHOL DRUG AND MENTAL HEALTH BOARD OF FRANKLINSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST67,300COLUMBUS, OH07/29/201308/12/2013CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST43,000BALTIMORE, MD05/08/201506/04/2015CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST44,135BALTIMORE, MD07/01/201412/01/2014DENIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST44,824BALTIMORE, MD07/08/201412/01/2014CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST45,000BALTIMORE, MD08/08/201312/01/2013CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST45,635BALTIMORE, MD11/18/201501/18/2016CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST46,767BALTIMORE, MD05/04/201311/01/2013CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST47,468BALTIMORE, MD03/07/201604/01/2016CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST52,624BALTIMORE, MD05/22/201406/15/2014CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST58,000BALTIMORE, MD09/25/201311/01/2013CERTIFIED
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITYSR. RESEARCH SPECIALIST60,000BALTIMORE, MD07/23/201309/03/2013CERTIFIED

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