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Boston Careers Lost as Bose Axes Positions

Posted on January 21, 2009

Some Boston careers will be axed as a large company cuts jobs. Bose Corp., which is based in Framingham, has announced its plan to cut about 1,000 jobs, or about 10 percent of the company’s total workforce. The company has verified that some workers in Massachusetts and the Boston area will be affected, but has […]

Boston Temporary Jobs with US Census

Posted on January 15, 2009

While it’s harder than usual to find a job among the current economy, one governmental institution is making it easier to find Boston temporary jobs. The US Census Bureau is searching for more than 3,000 candidates to fill temporary jobs throughout the area. In preparation for the 2010 Census, the Bureau has opened three offices […]

Boston Construction Jobs Crumbling

Posted on January 8, 2009

While Boston is currently faring better than most areas, many Boston construction jobs have been lost during the past year. During November 2008, the Boston-Cambridge-Quincy area had a total non-farm employment of 2,522,800 workers, according to the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is up from 2,519,700 workers during October 2008 […]

More Boston Financial Jobs Cut

Posted on January 2, 2009

More Boston financial jobs will soon be lost. On top of recent financial job cuts, four more Boston financial firms plan to cut a total of 110 jobs in the near future, according to an article by The Boston Globe. The companies slated to cut positions include Deutsche Bank, Citigroup Inc., Pioneer Investments and Boston […]

Six Companies Hiring for Some of the Best Boston Jobs

Posted on December 18, 2008

Despite the current state of the economy, at least six companies are hiring for some of the best Boston jobs. While many states are seeing a constant rise in unemployment and decrease in jobs, Boston is one of the few cities that is continuing to add jobs. During October 2008, the Boston-Cambridge-Quincy area had a […]

Boston Green Jobs Get Support

Posted on December 10, 2008

Boston green jobs are on the rise. Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino recently awarded a contract to the Asian American Civic Association to run a training program that will prepare Boston residents for green collar jobs. AACA, with the Asian Community Development Corporation, plans to run a Facilities Maintenance Energy Efficiency training program that will […]

Boston Retail Jobs with Tweeter Cut

Posted on December 3, 2008

Hundreds of Boston retail jobs have been cut as a large chain store recently decided to close. Tweeter, a local electronics chain that has found itself bankrupt, recently announced its decision to fire more than 600 employees at 70 stores across the country. These actions took place only days before the company was originally slated […]

Boston Finance Jobs Cut with Putnam

Posted on November 19, 2008

Another company is cutting Boston finance jobs. Putnam Investments recently fired 12 money managers, according to an article by Bloomberg. The layoffs came after the company’s assets fell 39 percent in the past year. Putnam follows in the footsteps of Fidelity Investments and Janus Capital Group Inc., who have taken steps to save money among […]

Boston Job Market One of Few to Add Jobs

Posted on November 13, 2008

While most areas in the country are constantly losing jobs, the Boston job market has been an exception to the rule. During September 2008, the Boston-Cambridge-Quincy area saw a total non-farm employment of 2,513,500, up from 2,491,800 during August, and an increase of .8 percent from last yea. According to the United States Department of […]

Boston Communications Jobs Cut by Boston Globe

Posted on November 7, 2008

A well-known newspaper is cutting more Boston communications jobs. The Boston Globe recently announced its plan to eliminate 42 Boston jobs, mostly managers in advertising, circulation and marketing. The paper also has reorganized the management of its business operations to better integrate the Globe and its Web site, Boston.com. As part of the reorganization, according […]