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Haitians: A Prosperous Boston for All

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05/14/2019
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A Prosperous Boston for All: Community Economic Impact Series

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Population & Demographics

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05/14/2019
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Throughout 2019, the Mayor's Office of Economic Development hosted a series of discussions exploring the economic contributions and challenges facing different communities in Boston. The thumbnail image provides a pdf of all the presentations given to date, while the following links provide access to individual community presentations.


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Cape Verdeans: Boston, Brockton, New Bedford

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04/16/2019
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Cape Verdeans: A Prosperous Boston for All

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04/10/2019
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Boston: Most NIH Funds for 24 Consecutive Years

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Economy & Jobs

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03/06/2019
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In 2018, Boston continued its unparalleled 24-year record with more funding from the National Institutes of Health than any other city in the United States. This report delves into funding provided by the National Institutes of Health for FY2018, with a focus on grant recipients in Boston. This report also cites advancements in science and medicine among grant recipients, including research institutes, hospitals, universities, and private companies.

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The Importance of Small and Micro Businesses in Boston

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02/15/2019
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An analysis of micro businesses (less than 5 employees) and small businesses (less than 50 employees) in Boston, focusing on industry distribution, employment, and economic impact.

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Demographic Profile of Adult Limited English Speakers in Massachusetts

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02/06/2019
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Limited English-Speaking (LES) adults are those who self-report as speaking English less than "very well." This report details where LES adults live in Massachusetts, their population demographics, and workforce statistics.

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Boston in Context 2019

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Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Households & Families, Race

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01/25/2019

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Boston in Context tabulates various social, demographic, and economic characteristics from the 2013-2017 American Community Survey by Boston Neighborhood. Citywide totals as well as totals for Massachusetts and the United States are provided for comparison. Data on slides 22-23 revised June, 2019.

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Boston at a Glance 2019

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Population & Demographics

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01/22/2019
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A two-page reference guide to frequently requested information about Boston's population and development. The primary data source is the 2013-2017 5-year American Community Survey. Updated January 28, 2019 to ensure consistency with prior publications.

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Demographic Trends in Boston 2010-2017

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Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Households & Families, Language, Race

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01/11/2019
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Boston has experienced rapid population growth in recent years. This report uses the most recent American Community Survey to examine how the composition of Boston's population has changed from 2010 to 2017. Variables covering age, race, educational attainment, income, housing, and transportation are included.

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