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Moving from Chicago to Boston

Moving from Chicago to Boston

Chicago is often called the "Second City" since it the second most important financial center in the country (after New York) and a major transportation hub in North America. By the 1850s Chicago had become one of the world's centers for higher education and research through a number of universities located in the city or in its vicinity. However, if you decide that a relocation from Chicago to Boston will be good for you then you will not be disappointed. Boston is full of wonders waiting to surprise you.   moving quote

Boston is the unofficial capital of New England and one of the oldest cities in the United States. It is also the largest city in Massachusetts. The city's population is around 600,000 people. This does not include the tranquil, scenic and popular suburb and satellite towns which swell the overall population to about 6 million. Boston is included in the 50 largest cities in the world and the top ten largest cities in the United States. But don't let any of that put you off. Boston is a city of opportunity.

According to the classification by GaWC, Boston is an alpha city. In Other words the city is considered an important element in the global economic system. Its metropolitan area holds 6th place in the US and 12th in the world in terms of GDP. With such prosperity in the area you can see why many people head here to begin new careers in some of the most prestigious companies is the world. The most important sectors of the urban economy is financial, banking and insurance. Boston is the location of the headquarters for Fidelity Investments, Sovereign Bank and the State Street Corporation. The city is also one of the largest centers in the US publishing industry, with such big publishing names as Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Bedford-St. Martin’s and Beacon Press.

If we analyze the list of the most popular professions, we can see that Boston needs the same specialists which are in demand in many other American cities. That being said, you can easily find a high-paying job after moving from Chicago to Boston if you are a dentist by profession, a biomedical engineer, a registered nurse, a pharmacist, therapist, computer systems analyst, software engineer, physician-diagnostician, analyst or marketer, an otolaryngologist, a veterinarian, optometrist, IT manager, a nutritionist, a mathematician, a specialist in financial planning, HR-Manager, a qualified salesman. This is just a short list however as Boston's growth has opened opportunities in almost every sector of the economy.

Boston is more than a hub for employment however. It is also one of the world's largest educational centers. Many young people move from Chicago to Boston to get an education that is really worth something. Boston University, founded here in 1839, ranks among the five largest American universities. Some much importance is given to education in this region that Boston's universities are one of the largest employers around. The teaching staff alone accounts for over 3.5 thousand people. Today, Boston University is highly regarded in the United States and around the world for the quality of its education and scientific research.

Boston University was a pioneer in many fields: the first undergraduate degree program in public relations was started here, the master's program in dentistry and the first laboratory in the United States in which not only studies cancer but also engaged in the training of new professionals for the studies. Incidentally, it was the first university in our country that began an exchange of teachers with European universities. So if you are looking to make a difference in the world then starting a Chicago to Boston move is probably a good idea.

Just in case you were unaware, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is also in Boston. This is university and research center is not only one of the most prestigious technical educational institutions of the USA it is also famous worldwide. MIT consistently has a leading position in the ranking table for most prestigious universities in the world. It is a pioneer in the fields of robotics and artificial intelligence. Its engineering educational programs as well as programs in the field of information technology, economics, physics, chemistry and mathematics are from year to year named the best in the country according to the US News & World Report. The Institute is also known for its contributions to many other fields including management, economics, linguistics, political science and philosophy.

Boston is also one of the world leaders of biotechnology, microelectronics and creation of new materials.

So now that you know a little about what this great city has to offer then perhaps it is time you too made that great leap from Chicago to Boston? No matter what your reasons for moving you will always find a fantastic new beginning here in The Hub.

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