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‘Getting beyond politics’: Gov. Baker visits Northeastern with former chief of staff to talk achieving ‘Results’

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Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker speaks Sept. 21 at the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Center. He was joined by his former chief of staff Steve Kadish to talk about their co-written book, “Results.”

The Huntington News, September 2022

Though the T has been at the top of many students’ minds recently because of the newly reopened Orange Line, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker urged Northeastern students to pay attention for another reason: jobs.

“If there’s one thing I would tell you to pay attention to moving forward it’s the T,” Baker said Sept. 21 in the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex. “The T has 900 funded unfilled positions. … The biggest message I’m going to give to whoever the next governor is is that you got to fill these jobs.”

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