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Company expands, has created Boston jobs

Posted on January 5, 2016

One company is expanding and creating more Boston jobs. Northern Light today reported that 2015 was its most successful year since launching the company in 2003 with a focus on providing strategic research portals to research-driven enterprises. Billings increased 21 percent over 2014, and the company added seven Fortune 1000 clients in the information technology, pharmaceutical, […]


City creates more Boston labor jobs

Posted on December 23, 2015

The city has secured a key hire for Boston labor jobs. Alexis Tkachuk is now Boston’s Director of Labor Relations. Tkachuk brings over fifteen years of experience in government and joins the Office of Labor Relations from the city’s Law Department where she served as Chief of Staff since March 2014. As Chief of Staff to […]


Challenge to boost small business jobs in Boston

Posted on December 9, 2015

A new challenge from the city’s mayor will support the small business jobs in Boston. Boston’s annual “Holidays on Main Streets” campaign is a small business initiative to encourage Boston residents to shop local this holiday season. This holiday season, the City of Boston is offering residents and visitors the opportunity to park for free […]


A new director for Boston jobs

Posted on December 8, 2015

The city has appointed a new director who will serve Boston jobs. Alexis Tkachuk will be Boston’s Director of Labor Relations. Tkachuk brings over fifteen years of experience in government and joins the Office of Labor Relations from the city’s Law Department where she served as Chief of Staff since March 2014. Prior to joining the Walsh […]


Economy report on Boston jobs

Posted on December 1, 2015

A report on Boston jobs is shedding light on some successful programs in the area. Building an Inclusive Economy reviews Office of Work Development’s successes from July 2014 through June 2015. The office operates and funds a variety of initiatives to support upward financial mobility for individuals and families in Boston. Some of its signature offerings […]


Initiative supports Boston jobs

Posted on December 1, 2015

A local challenge is helping to support Boston jobs. Boston is having its annual “Holidays on Main Streets” campaign, a small business initiative to encourage Boston residents to shop local this holiday season. At the celebration held at POP Allston in the Allston Village Main Street District, Mayor Walsh announced a series of initiatives to drive […]


Report on workforce development looks at Boston jobs

Posted on November 8, 2015

A new report from the local Workforce Development Center has shed light on the state of Boston jobs. The new report reviews OWD’s successes from July 2014 through June 2015. The office operates and funds a variety of initiatives to support upward financial mobility for individuals and families in Boston. Some of its signature offerings […]


Platform supports Boston startup jobs

Posted on November 5, 2015

A new platform is supporting Boston startup jobs. StartHub is a comprehensive, centralized, online platform designed to connect, support, and grow Greater Boston’s world-class technology and early-stage community. Developed in a public-private partnership between the City of Boston, Venture Café, IBM, and Gust, StartHub will serve as the homepage for Greater Boston’s startup community, providing […]


Updates on Boston jobs

Posted on October 29, 2015

The Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development (OWD), formerly the Office of Jobs and Community Services, has released some updates regarding Boston jobs. Highlights from the annual report include: SkillWorks, which received $350,000 in funding through the Neighborhood Jobs Trust, was able to leverage additional financial resources in order to serve over 1,000 limited English speakers […]


Grant to support hospitality jobs in Boston

Posted on October 6, 2015

A new grant will enourage the growth of more hospitality jobs in Boston. A $3 million grant from the Obama Administration will expand apprenticeship opportunities in construction and hospitality through the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development. The City’s award, part of the $175 million American Apprenticeship Grant program, will serve 394 participants seeking to advance […]