Income & Poverty, Industry Profiles, Labor Market, Real Estate & Development
This report for 2007 presents the major economic, real estate market, and demographic trends for the city and region. Much of the data in this report extends through year-end 2006 and into the first quarter of 2007.
Boston's economy presented in a series of graphs showing Boston's share of Massachusetts' jobs, goods and services, and tax revenues.
From 1990 to the present, Boston's supermarkets that range from small-scale specialty to mid-sized grocery stores and "super-sized" retailers have served have served Boston's neighborhoods in unique and vital ways. This report chronicles the evolution of the supermarket in Boston and how it stands today.
Industry Profiles, Labor Market
Boston's Neighborhood Business Patterns examines patterns in private sector employment by neighborhood. It identifies Boston's leading industries, employers and the geographical location of businesses and jobs in the city. The intention of this report is to provide an overview of business concentration patterns at both the city and neighborhood levels and to provide detailed economic data that would further facilitate the implementation of informed policy making.
The Research Division created an innovative analysis of Boston's creative economy, defined as those activities which have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent and which have the potential for wealth and job creation.
Boston’s economy is once more showing signs of steady growth and of recovery from a regional economic recession after four years of a slow economy.
Report on employment growth and specialization in 35 of the largest American cities including Boston with specific reference to location, growth and concentration of jobs in cities.
Report for year 2004 presents major economic and demographic trends for the past ten years in a citywide and regional context.
Basic details of supermarkets that opened in Boston from 1992 to 2004, their locations and floor space.