Maryland: What you need to know
One of the lowest poverty rates in the country, Maryland is among the most densely populated states in the nation. Frederick, Annapolis, Easton, Rockville, and Baltimore are among the best places to live in Maryland. Located near Washington D.C., many Maryland residents work in the service sector, for government agencies or contractors. Commercial fishing and manufacturing are large industries in Maryland. The Top 5 Universities in Maryland include Loyola University, Johns Hopkins University, United States Naval Academy, St Marys University, Hood College.
The cost of living in many cities throughout Maryland is expensive and is above the average cost of living of United States.
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