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Ellen DeGeneres's Gift to Firefighters Raises Ethics Questions

Ellen DeGeneres's Gift to Firefighters Raises Ethics Questions

Received warm gift for rescuing dog from icy Charles River

Four Boston firefighters were forced to return tickets for a Caribbean cruise because the value of the gift exceeded $50. Read More »

10 Happiest Cities For Entry-Level Workers

10 Happiest Cities For Entry-Level Workers

Many recent college grads assume they should launch their careers where their family and friends are. But given the high unemployment rate, which cities offer the best opportunities? Where would young workers be happiest? CareerBliss, an employment site, studied this question by analyzing survey data from more... Read More »

Best Cities For Young Workers

Best Cities For Young Workers

CareerBliss polled more than 38,000 young workers to get an idea of what's important to them on the job. Read More »

Summer Jobs: Cities Push Companies To Hire Teens

Summer Jobs: Cities Push Companies To Hire Teens

By Tami Luhby NEW YORK -- Faced with greater demand but dwindling dollars, cities are leaning more on local employers to hire teens. Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore are among the places that have put hundreds more young people in private-sector jobs for the summer thanks to aggressive lobbying by mayors... Read More »

10 Cities With Fastest-Growing Wages In 2012

10 Cities With Fastest-Growing Wages In 2012

By Abby Rogers and Callie Bost Unemployment is still a major problem in the United States. But it looks like we're finally making our way out of the recession, at least in terms of pay wages. Read More »

Coffee Chain's Hiring Of 'Bubbly, Attractive' Teens Target Of Federal Probe

Coffee Chain's Hiring Of 'Bubbly, Attractive' Teens Target Of Federal Probe

A local coffee chain, known for its bubbly, attractive female staff in pink shirts, is being investigated by federal officials for possible age and race discrimination, and the chain is complaining that the probe is a "witch hunt." The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been quietly probing... Read More »

Black Police Officers Sue Boston For Discrimination

Black Police Officers Sue Boston For Discrimination

There is something strange about the Boston Police Department. The city is about 24 percent black, according to the 2010 census, but of the 51 lieutenants on the force, just two are black men. Of 23 captains, the only black man retired yesterday. In 2008, dozens of police officers filed a federal lawsuit... Read More »

Boston Transit Workers Reminded To 'Stay Awake' On Job

Boston Transit Workers Reminded To 'Stay Awake' On Job

Most Americans don't need reminding to do their jobs. It usually goes with showing up for work each day. Garbage men pick up garbage, teachers teach and accountants double-check their math. In Boston, however, it seems that some mass-transit employees can't be trusted to stay awake. The Massachusetts Bay... Read More »

Moving On: The 10 Best Cities To Get Hired [Infographic]

Moving On: The 10 Best Cities To Get Hired [Infographic]

A painful truth of the current employment situation in the U.S. is that they are plenty of jobs out there going unfilled because employers can't find workers with the right skills. That's particularly true in manufacturing. Companies across the nation are looking to fill about 600,000 manufacturing jobs,... Read More »

Restaurant Chain Will Turn Public Restroom Into Eatery

Restaurant Chain Will Turn Public Restroom Into Eatery

BOSTON (AP) -- A former bathroom in the nation's oldest public park is being converted into a sandwich shop. Read More »

Firefighter Fired For Entering Bodybuilding Contest While On Disability -- Acquitted

Firefighter Fired For Entering Bodybuilding Contest While On Disability -- Acquitted

A former Boston firefighter who was fired three years ago after entering a bodybuilding contest while on disability leave has been found not guilty of defrauding taxpayers. The verdict earlier this week ends a more than three-year-long saga that began in April 2008 when firefighter Albert Arroyo, then 46,... Read More »

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