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BostonHires, new hiring campaign, promotes good jobs for Boston's workers

Launched in February, BostonHires is a City-led movement to place unemployed and under-employed Boston residents in good jobs – defined as jobs paying at least the living wage (currently $14.41/hour), with at least half of these offering employer-sponsored benefits. BostonHires aims to place 20,000 residents in good jobs by 2022.

Local employers and job placement providers can join the movement by becoming either a BostonHires Champion or a BostonHires Advocate.

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Over 2,300 residents benefit from Neighborhood Jobs Trust in 2016-2017

The 2016-2017 Neighborhood Jobs Trust Impact Report, released by the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development in January, shows that more than 2,300 Boston residents took advantage of job training and education opportunities made possible by the Trust. The Neighborhood Jobs Trust (NJT) collects linkage fees from large-scale commercial developments in the City of Boston to support jobs and job training for residents.

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Faces of America Saves Week

The City of Boston and the Mayor’s Office of Financial Empowerment held a series of free financial empowerment events for residents as part of America Saves Week, a national campaign to promote saving that ran from February 26 to March 3. The week’s activities included tax preparation help, a credit-building workshop, and assistance with opening safe and non-predatory bank accounts, among other events. Meet some of the Boston residents who took advantage of these free events.

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Report shows summer youth jobs may stem inequalities

The latest analysis of Boston’s Summer Youth Employment Program, which employs over 10,000 Boston youth with over 900 local employers each summer, finds that program participation is linked to improved academic and economic outcomes, as well as a decline in criminal activity. The report, released by the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development (OWD), found that many of the largest gains were made among youth of color.

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