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Top 10 High Demand Jobs in Waltham MA to 2030

Waltham, Massachusetts is ranked at America’s Number 28 best out of 100 top cities to make your home, according to Money Magazine.  To the south of Waltham is Newton MA, population 82,000+, in the Number 3 position. Both suburbs are located about 8 miles to the west of Boston and have access to over 122,000 job openings.

Area residents posting on a variety of community bulletin boards point to the attractions on Moody Street, along the Charles River, Prospect Hill, and a large number bike and hiking trails, and a lot of open space as drawing cards to a good life outside of work. Some other residents say that they call themselves “Waltham Walkers” in the annual Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk.


Find jobs and travel attractions at the links.

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