BOSTON, October 1, 2015….Mario Hammond did not have a mid-life career change – she retired, and then retrained for an entirely different job. After working for 20 years as a patient service specialist at George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C., Hammond returned to Boston …Continue Reading Older Americans play increasingly important role in workforce
WORCESTER, MA, JUNE 19, 2015…The federal government has given states new flexibility to design their own workforce development systems, which gives Massachusetts the ability to customize skill-building programs in regions around the state, Gov. Charlie Baker said Friday. Gov. Baker met with a group of …Continue Reading Governor Baker and Secretary Walker highlight opportunity to revamp workforce system
If you already have some skill sets and experience, and you are either looking to become re-employed or planning a career change, TORQ is a great tool to help you get started. It gives you a snapshot of what is taking place in your job market and relates it to your skills and experience.
In this series on Labor Market Exploration, we will feature different information and tools that will enhance your job search.
At the Department of Career Services, we’re seeing encouraging signs and some evidence that the job market has turned around in Massachusetts. People are getting jobs – good well-paying jobs. You can, too. So, start off this New Year with a positive attitude and reenergize …Continue Reading Job Search Tips for 2014
In recognition of Veterans Day, the Massachusetts Department of Career Services (DCS) joins the Patrick Administration and Massachusetts in thanking military Veterans for their dedication and service, and we encourage local employers to do the same. The scheduled reduction of deployed military forces over the …Continue Reading Hire a Veteran Month
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