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Moms and Jobs on Boston Jobs, Charity

Posted on December 6, 2010

Moms and Jobs is launching both a new business to spur on Boston Jobs and a charity program. Early-stage social venture Moms and Jobs (MoJo) launches the Get a Blanket – Give a Blanket campaign this Holiday season in conjunction with Polartec, Dwell Magazine, Circle of Moms, and Klout. This campaign is designed to provide […]

Law Firm Helps Businesses with Jobs in Boston

Posted on November 16, 2010

A law firm has launched a site designed for entrepreneurs who have questions about legalese and jobs in Boston. Goodwin Procter LLP, a national Am Law 50 law firm, today launched Founder’s Workbench, a free, online resource that helps entrepreneurs navigate many of the legal and organizational challenges commonly faced by start-ups and emerging companies. […]

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 […]

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 […]

Boston Scientific to Eliminate Jobs in Boston

Posted on May 11, 2010

Boston Scientific prohibited the media from covering its annual shareholders meeting, which led many to speculate that it was discussing pending layoffs and its need to eliminate more jobs in Boston. The Natick, Mass.-based medical device maker did not specifically say why it decided to close the meeting, which was held in Boston. It was […]

Boston Unemployment Dips Slightly

Posted on April 19, 2010

The Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development reported that the state unemployment rate, along with Boston’s unemployment rate, fell from 9.5 percent in February to 9.3 percent in March. Massachusetts remains below the national unemployment rate of 9.7 percent. Preliminary job estimates for March count 3,149,200 jobs in Massachusetts with 7,600 new jobs […]

Employers Expected to Add Boston Jobs

Posted on March 16, 2010

Boston jobs are expected to increase across several industries over the next few months, according to a survey by Manpower Inc., the national staffing agency. Manpower’s quarterly report found 20 percent of Greater Boston employers expect to increase hiring in the three-month period that begins in April, up from 13 percent in the previous three […]

Teaching Jobs in Boston Eliminated

Posted on March 8, 2010

A shakeup at several Massachusetts schools today caused the elimination of several teaching jobs in Boston. According to state officials, staff at six schools will have to reapply for their jobs and five principals will be replaced after the schools were listed among nearly three dozen statewide that will probably be declared “underperforming’’ and subject […]

New Legislation to Create Jobs in Boston

Posted on March 2, 2010

Governor Patrick of Massachusetts recently filed legislation that will help many small businesses create jobs in Boston. In a nutshell, the legislation will help small businesses hire new workers and reduce the cost of doing business for small businesses. Recently, leaders in the Massachusetts area have come together to enact measures that will spur on […]