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On average, employees at Baltimore City Hall stay with the company for 3.4 years. Employees most commonly join Baltimore City Hall after leaving Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. When they leave Baltimore City Hall, they most frequently get their next job at Baltimore Schools.
|Average Length of Employment|
City and County of Denver3.7 years
Baltimore City Hall3.4 years
City of Sacramento3.3 years
City of San Antonio3.3 years
|Top Employers Before Baltimore City Hall|
Baltimore Schools8.6 %
US Army8.2 %
|Top Employers After Baltimore City Hall|
Baltimore Schools13.1 %
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