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A business plan for Boston jobs

Posted on April 8, 2016

There is a new business plan for Boston jobs.  The development of the plan was aided by the Mayor’s Small Business Advisory Council, which was comprised of 34 small business community members representing diverse sectors including industrial, women and minority owned businesses, and startups. One of the critical outputs of the plan is the “State […]

Workshop helps Boston jobs

Posted on April 5, 2016

A new workshop is helping people negotiate pay for Boston jobs. Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s Office of Women’s Advancement and the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will kick off a blitz of free salary negotiation workshops to train over 350 women in honor of Equal Pay Day on April 12.   The following workshops will […]

Sleep deprivation affecting Boston jobs?

Posted on March 28, 2016

A new Careerbuilder survey posits that sleep deprivation may be affecting Boston jobs. According to the survey, over half of workers (58 percent) feel they don’t get enough sleep, and 61 percent say lack of sleep has a negative impact on their work. More than 3,200 workers across industries in the private sector participated in the […]

Plan will boost small business jobs in Boston

Posted on March 10, 2016

A new citywide plan will help small business jobs in Boston. Boston’s first small business plan is a roadmap that will guide the city’s approach to supporting small businesses as they start and grow in Boston. The plan reflects the Walsh Administration’s commitment to understanding the needs of Boston’s small business community and streamlining small business services. The […]

Website launches for Boston summer jobs

Posted on March 8, 2016

A new website for youth has launched to enable them to find Boston summer jobs. SuccessLink is an online tool that enables Boston youth to register for summer jobs. Registering also allows applicants to connect with Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF) Division of Youth Engagement and Employment’s full menu of services, including connection to […]

Order to bolster Boston jobs

Posted on March 8, 2016

A new executive order is boosting women and minority owned businesses and Boston jobs. There is now a new Executive Order to ensure that minority and women entrepreneurs are afforded fair and equitable opportunities when competing for City contracts. Mayor Walsh also released the City of Boston Economic Inclusion and Equity Agenda, which focuses on […]

Platform bolsters Boston startup jobs

Posted on February 3, 2016

A new platform has launched and 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 information and resources […]

Boston electric jobs added

Posted on February 3, 2016

A new headquarters is opening up, creating Boston electric jobs. General Electric has decided to relocate their world headquarters to Boston to take advantage of Boston and the Commonwealth’s innovative and competitive economy and access to human capital and world-class educational institutions. General Electric will bring approximately 800 high-paying jobs to Boston with this move.  “General Electric’s choice to […]

Wynn to create Boston hospitality jobs

Posted on January 31, 2016

Wynn Resorts has signed an agreement that will bolster Boston hospitality jobs. Boston signed a Surrounding Community Agreement with Wynn Resorts that includes $68 million in mitigation funds, $20 million annually for local businesses over a 15-year period, and a potential opportunity to create public open space in Charlestown. This agreement represents the largest community […]

Report examines Boston jobs

Posted on January 7, 2016

A workforce report takes a look at the new developments going on with Boston jobs. The Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development (OWD), formerly the Office of Jobs and Community Services,  released its first annual report, Building an Inclusive Economy. Highlights from the annual report include: SkillWorks, which received $350,000 in funding through the Neighborhood Jobs Trust, […]