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Boston Science Jobs Top in the Nation

Posted on June 17, 2009

Boston science jobs are among the top in the nation, but the area is working hard to keep that title. The Milken Institute recently released a study that found the Boston area is the number one region in the country for life sciences. However, other regions are beginning to catch up. So what are the […]

Boston Jobs Among Top 10

Posted on June 11, 2009

Boston jobs are among the top 10 most popular for graduating college students. A recent study by CareerCast.com and Going Global ranked Boston as the fourth most popular city for college students looking to find a job this spring. The most popular city was New York, followed by Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles; Boston; San Francisco; […]

Boston Construction Jobs Created by Developments

Posted on June 1, 2009

A slew of new developments will help create more Boston construction jobs. Mayor Thomas M. Menino recently announced that the City of Boston will issue the first round of Boston Invest in Growth loans, which will allow developments to begin in three Boston neighborhoods. The developments include a new shopping center in Hyde Park, a […]

Jobs in Boston Supported by Harvard

Posted on May 26, 2009

Harvard University is doing its part to help people find a job in Boston. The university recently offered $383,865 to Mayor Thomas M. Menino as the first installment of jobs linkage funding from the Allston Science Complex, which will go toward job training in the City of Boston. The payment is the first of two […]

Boston Jobs with Top Companies

Posted on May 13, 2009

Many people throughout the country are searching for work as unemployment rates continue to soar. However, those looking for a Boston job may take comfort in knowing the city has many top companies that are often hiring. The Boston area is one of the few that has added jobs during recent months and been able […]

Boston Media Jobs Saved by Deal

Posted on May 8, 2009

The Boston Globe‘s largest union and The New York Times Co. reached a tentative deal this week, which could save several Boston media jobs and thwart any threat to shut down the paper. According to an article by MartketWatch, under the deal, the Boston Newspaper Guild agreed to a substantial pay cut, unpaid furloughs and […]

Jobs in Boston Increase

Posted on April 30, 2009

Some jobs in Boston were actually added during March, and the city’s unemployment rate did not increase. The Boston-Cambridge-Quincy area had an unemployment rate of 7.4 percent during March, the same as during February. The area had a total non-farm employment of 2,413,100 workers, according to the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor […]

Boston Government Jobs Cut Under New Budget

Posted on April 21, 2009

Hundreds of Boston government jobs will be lost under the city’s new budget. Mayor Thomas M. Menino recently announced that the city has come up with a $2.4 billion budget, which has been submitted to the Boston City Council. While the budget still projects that 565 jobs will still be lost, various cost saving measures […]

Boston Media Jobs in Jeopardy

Posted on April 14, 2009

Workers at The Boston Globe recently received word that their pay, benefits and even their jobs are in jeopardy. Click here to see more Boston media jobs. The New York Times Company has threatened to close The Boston Globe unless labor unions agree to pay cuts and the cessation of pension contributions, according to an […]

Boston Government Jobs Prep through Youth Council

Posted on April 7, 2009

A city initiative could help prepare youths who are thinking about future Boston government jobs. Mayor Thomas M. Menino has announced that the Mayor’s Youth Council is accepting applications for the 2009-2010 session until April 16th. The Council provides youth with a voice in local government and a chance to address youth issues. Former Council […]