On May 25th America’s Job Exchange co-sponsored a Veterans Job Fair in conjunction with The New England Center for Homeless Veterans, Northeastern University, JobNet, Boston’s One Stop Center and the US Department of Veteran Affairs Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment’s VetSuccess. The event was held in Boston, MA at Northeastern University’s Cabot Cage. There were close to 100 employers in attendance and close to 500 job seekers. Continue reading
Press Release from Labor and Workforce Development, MA Boston’s One-Stop Career Center to Co-Host Veterans Job Fair on May 25 Over 70 employers to partner with Veterans looking for work Boston – May 20, 2011 – The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development (EOLWD) today announced that JobNet, Boston’s One-Stop Career Center will partner with Northeastern University, The New England Center for Homeless Veterans, America’s Job Exchange and the U.S. Department of Veterans’ Affairs Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment’s VetSuccess to co-host the seventh annual Veterans Job Fair on May 25th. Read More Here »
It’s an unfortunate statistics that minorities face higher unemployment rates as compared to their white counterparts. In her weekly “Your Career” column for MSNBC, Eve Tahmincioglu’s article, “The Recession’s Biggest Victims,’ posits that the recession has specifically impacted men. And more specifically, its impact on black men has created what she dubs a “Black Mancession.” Continue reading
America’s Job Exchange is proud to sponsor the Veterans Job Fair along with The New England Center for Homeless Veterans. The job fair is happening this Wednesday at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. See the details below.
What: Veterans Job Fair
When: Wednesday, May 25, 2011 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Where: Northeastern University Cabot Cage 360 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02115
Veterans searching for civilian jobs will have the opportunity to connect with nearly 100 employers at this event. Visit our blog for more information.
National Mental Health Awareness Month is an observation celebrated each year since 1949, when the month was designated by Congress as a way to raise awareness of mental health conditions and mental awareness as a whole. With mental health an issue that has probably touched many lives, this is a good time to bring up an issue which is often not spoken about or considered to be taboo. Continue reading
The answer without question is yes. Why? Because it’s easy and if you don’t speak up now, some of the changes that the OFCCP is proposing will significantly change how you go about ensuring your company is OFCCP compliant. Continue reading