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Located in central Massachusetts, Worcester is a town dominated by the healthcare and education industries. Formerly a center of New England manufacturing, the town was originally founded in 1674 as an English settlement. During the American Revolution, Worcester served as an important location where the Continental Army stored supplies, and many Boston industries relocated there to be farther from the fighting. In recent years, this previously quiet town has become a far-out suburb of Boston, to the extent that the Census Bureau counts economic activity here along with both Boston and Providence, RI.
Worcester residents could be considered your typical New Englanders: they’re hardy, and they don’t mind living in four distinct seasons. Although there aren’t as many things to do in Worcester as in Boston, people move to Worcester for education, or to work in healthcare. Worcester Polytechnic Institute and the UMass Medical School are top-notch institutions in their fields. Besides the abundant job opportunities in health and education, locals can enjoy the fact that traffic isn’t as bad here as in Boston. However, when you’re ready to visit Boston, you won’t have far to travel. In some ways, living in Worcester provides the best of both the big city and a smaller town.