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Funding goes to create Boston summer jobs

Posted on July 25, 2015

Funding in the amount of $270,000 is going to create Boston summer jobs. Mayor Walsh has made youth summer employment a priority, challenging businesses to partner with the City to increase employment opportunities for Boston’s young people. Under his leadership, Boston currently places more than 10,000 young people annually in meaningful summer jobs. The funding […]


Grants to support immigrant jobs in Boston

Posted on July 3, 2015

A slew of grants are going towards supporting immigrants jobs in Boston. About $96,000 in grants will go to 12 community-based organizations through the Mayor’s Office of New Bostonians (MONB) Mini-Grants Program to support their immigrant integration and empowerment efforts in the City of Boston. The 12 organizations serve a diverse range of cultural and […]


Could roadway changes create Boston construction jobs?

Posted on June 30, 2015

Some planned roadway changes might create Boston construction jobs. The Boston Transportation Department has developed a plan aimed at improving traffic circulation in Hyde Park’s Cleary Square. Components of the new design will be implemented on Tuesday evening, July 7th. Local drivers are advised to watch for the modifications when traveling through the area. Specifics […]


Funding to boost Boston summer jobs

Posted on June 22, 2015

A round of funding is expected to create more Boston summer jobs. The state will get an additional $270,000 in funding to create 200 additional jobs for youth this summer. For more than 20 years, the Boston Youth Fund, and now the Department of Youth Engagement and Employment (DYEE), has provided employment opportunities for Boston […]


Projects to create more Boston construction jobs

Posted on June 3, 2015

A slew of new projects will create more Boston construction jobs. Nearly $39 million in funding has been given which will create or preserve 1,194 housing units, is possible through $27 million in federal and local resources through the Department of Neighborhood Development (DND) and $11.7 million in linkage funds through Boston’s Neighborhood Housing Trust. […]


Legislation to affect people with Boston jobs

Posted on May 22, 2015

The city has just enacted new legislation that will affect Boston jobs. A new ordinance establishes paid parental leave for City of Boston employees, Boston’s first-ever Paid Parental Leave policy. The Paid Parental Leave policy that features: •Up to 6 weeks of Paid Parental Leave to be taken by day or week any time during […]


Report examines diversity jobs in Boston

Posted on April 28, 2015

A new report endorsed by the city is taking a close look at diversity jobs in Boston. Boston’s first ever Workforce Profile Report examines the racial and gender makeup of Boston’s municipal employee base. The report analyzes annual pay rate disparities at the Cabinet, Department Head, and throughout each department, and highlights current initiatives and […]


City focuses on wages for Boston jobs

Posted on April 24, 2015

The mayor is having an important discussion about wages for Boston jobs. Mayor Martin J. Walsh joined nearly 200 business leaders at the Omni Parker House for an event discussing the disparities in wage equity that remain in Boston. “Closing the wage gap requires a multifaceted approach,” Mayor Walsh said. “We have to create more […]


Funding to create Boston security jobs

Posted on April 9, 2015

The Metro Boston Homeland Security Region (MBHSR) have received $18 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which could create Boston security jobs. Past funding has supported initiatives in communications interoperability by providing the capability to allow first responders to clearly and seamlessly communicate with one another and in running Urban […]


Ordinance to affect Boston jobs

Posted on April 2, 2015

A new ordinance creating Boston’s first-ever parental leave policy will be affecting people city Boston city jobs. The Councilors’ Ordinance contains the Mayor’s policy of granting up to six weeks of Paid Parental Leave to both men and women, as well as same-sex couples, who have worked for the City for at least one year. […]