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The building is a nondescript Double Tree Suites by Hilton at 400 Soldiers Field Road in Boston.Suite windows look over the ugly highway at the Charles River, toward the Harvard undergraduate campus in Cambridge.A few years ago Michael Procter had no problems finding work.As a second-year machinist apprentice, Procter, 40, was able to get jobs without a hitch. "The industry is in a bit of a lull right now and there's not a lot of jobs opening up and the ones that do are usually pretty short-lived jobs," said Procter, whose last job doing renovations on a Sherwood Park hotel ended in February.The centre has been running since December offering help with things like resume writing, interviewing and even covers the cost of some safety-training certificates."They helped me get my resume all in place and they've helped me with my safety tickets for some of the jobs I've been trying to apply for," explained Procter, who is now feeling a lot more optimistic about getting back to work."Over the past few years, we've had several people come to us and say I wish you had a location in the northeast end of the city because it's really hard for us to get to the downtown area," said Eric Bishop. Bishop said the centre is trying to help people like Procter, who've traditionally held jobs in oil and gas to move into other sectors.
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