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But, estimates show the state added about 10,000 jobs during the month, and the uptick in the jobless rate appears tied to an overall increase in the state's labor force.
Safr has officially launched in Boston and aims to offer a ride-hailing option that caters to women riders and drivers.
As more and more people understand the link between fresh food and health benefits, food banks and others tackling food insecurity have made dramatic changes.
The details vary from restaurant to restaurant, but the basics are the same: Charge customers a bit more and funnel the money to the cooks and dishwashers.
Immigration is at the center of intense debate. And the next big fight may focus on H-1B visas, which allow U.S. companies to hire foreign workers. Here's what the data tell us about the program.
How do employers weigh the benefit of requiring employees to work against the risk of sending them out in a serious storm?
Businesses, particularly those in high tech, now want graduates with specific skill sets -- not a general business education.
It's up from a revised December rate of 3.1 percent, and further up from data earlier this year that had the rate at 2.8 percent.
Researchers at MIT have created a system where humans can guide robots through simple binary activities with their brainwaves. They say it's an important step toward improving the way humans and robots interact.
The CEO of Globoforce, a Southborough company, explains how many workplaces have a cynical culture, and how working to address employee needs is the key to success in business.
The primary reason for our area's decidedly middling ranking: a median wage that fell 2.2 percent.
Massachusetts is one of the fastest growing tech states in the country, according to a new report from the Massachusetts Tech Collaborative.
Amazon opened a 5,800 square foot store at Legacy Place in Dedham.
The airline will soon offer daily flights between Worcester Regional Airport and JFK Airport.
The Lowell-based social enterprise known as UTEC takes a market-driven approach to get young people out of gangs and jails and into jobs.
In a moment of political division over hiring foreign workers through H1-B visas, high-tech Boston CEOs and laid-off IT workers agree there is a need for reforms.
The sudden decrease in the value of low-income housing tax credits could affect 23 projects -- and more than a thousand units -- that were awarded LIHTC credits in Massachusetts last year.
Black Duck Software in Burlington has taken workplace culture to a new level.
After years of licensing and delay, construction on the $2.1 billion casino is finally underway.
More than 100 tech companies -- including a few in Massachusetts -- have signed a legal brief opposing the travel ban.