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WSJ and Boston Jobs Company Collaborate on List

Posted on September 13, 2010

The Wall Street Journal and a company that fills Boston jobs have collaborated on an undergraduate rankings list for colleges. According to a press release, the Wall Street Journal today released a new education ranking series in which recruiters identified the top 25 undergraduate universities that produce the best graduates according to academic strength, communication […]


Jobseekers to Attend Event to Get Boston Jobs

Posted on September 7, 2010

Jobseekers from all over New England will be in attendance for the Boston Product Management Association’s Career Night to learn how to snag Boston jobs. Experts in human resources, recruiting, and corporate product marketing will discuss how job candidates can stand out from the crowd at the Boston Product Management Association’s (BPMA) bi-annual Career Night […]


Company Recruiting for Finance Jobs in Boston

Posted on August 24, 2010

TA Associates has announced that they are recruiting for finance jobs in Boston and have filled one big position recently. TA Associates, a leading growth private equity firm, today announced the recent hiring of a new staff member in its Boston office. Lisa Harris has joined the firm as a Vice President in the Financial […]


Company Boasts They are the Best for Labor Jobs in Boston

Posted on August 16, 2010

Progressive Painting Services is launching a PR campaign to show people in the area that they are the best company for labor jobs in Boston. Founded in 1990, Progressive Painting Services has been continuously bringing life to the four walls of its customersÂ’ houses and delivering highest level of quality by offering its expertise almost […]


Retail Jobs in Boston Show Unsteady Growth

Posted on August 9, 2010

The Federal Reserve said the economy continues to grow modestly and points to shaky growth of retail jobs in Boston as proof. In a press release, the Reserve said economy continued to grow modestly in recent weeks across most of the country, but activity slowed or was unchanged in four of 12 regions, the Federal […]


Management Jobs in Boston Eliminated

Posted on August 2, 2010

According to a new report on managerial hiring nationwide, management jobs in Boston have been eliminated by 10%. Managerial recruitment activity rose last month to its highest level since March 2008, according to the new CareerCast.com/JobSerf Employment Index. The July Index, which measures managerial hiring activity online, rose to 106.9, a gain of 14.3 over […]


Banking Firm to Create Finance Jobs in Boston

Posted on July 26, 2010

Evercore Partners is launching an equity research group, a move that could possibly create finance jobs in Boston. According to a press release, Evercore Partners Inc. today announced the launch of its equity research group and its plans to initiate coverage of companies in the Telecommunication, Media and Technology, and Financial Institutions industries during the […]


Yodle to Create Advertising Jobs in Boston

Posted on July 19, 2010

Yodle, an online advertising firm, says it expects to create dozens of new advertising jobs in Boston. The firm says it needs client managers, account representatives, and marketing specialists. About 80 positions are opening up. Yodle is currently located on Lincoln St, which houses about 20 employees. They’ll be holding a job fair to garner […]


Lifebooker to Create IT Jobs in Boston

Posted on July 12, 2010

Lifebooker, a three year old website that gives members big discounts on spa services, is looking to expand and will be adding IT jobs in Boston as the website’s bandwith and technology burgeons. Lifebooker offers everything from discounted salon and spa appointments, botox injections, and fitness classes at a 20 to 50% off rate. It […]


Orchestra Adds Jobs in Boston

Posted on July 6, 2010

Major orchestras around the country are publicizing openings, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, which is touting ten jobs in Boston. According to an article from the NYTimes, although unemployment remains high, orchestras are marketing some rare opportunities. Next season the New York Philharmonic will have a rare 12 openings, or roughly 12 percent of its […]