As September draws to a close, we’re reflecting on what we learned about the buzzing sci-tech city of Boston and its surrounding areas.
The sci-tech world is evolving and changing all the time. The talent is fluid, the jobs are spread all over the world and the vibrant hubs are plentiful.
Throughout the month of September, we zoomed in on the wonders that Boston has to offer, from the hottest industries to the exciting start-up space.
We closely examined the smaller sci-tech ecosystems that live within the Greater Boston area, from the so-called ‘brainpower triangle’ and its start-up scene, to the hive of cybersecurity and its hold on health sciences.
While many looking to relocate for work might think of the major sci-tech locations such as Silicon Valley and New York, the Massachusetts capital has a lot to offer and we’ve rounded up everything you need to know in one place.
The Boston region is the epicentre for a huge amount of sci-tech talent, education and start-ups. We found out what some of the most in-demand jobs in the area are for those thinking about moving there.
We looked at some of the things you need to know about what it’s like to live there if you are thinking about taking up one of those jobs.
You can find a round-up of the rest of our coverage on the thriving US sci-tech city by following the links below.
From its world-renowned educational institutions to its vibrant cybersecurity hub, the area is filled with sci-tech talent.
These are some of the companies currently recruiting in the North American city.
The links between Boston and Ireland are only getting stronger through tech, writes John Kennedy.
Silicon Valley might consider itself the centre of the US tech world, but many of its brightest minds were shaped in the Greater Boston area.
The city is buzzing with start-up potential across a wide spectrum of technologies, from AI to cloud, fintech and the internet of things.
We’ve talked about the jobs, the opportunities and the ecosystem as a whole. But who are the main people you need to know in the area?
The city is also a major cybersecurity hub and industry leaders say it’s for several unique reasons.