Boston is Massachusetts’s state capital and its largest city, having a metropolitan population of 2,151,017 people. The current median household income for Boston is $100,750. Boston has a thriving economy, the sixth largest economy in the United States, in fact. Tourism and academia are important economic drivers for the greater Boston area. Boston’s prestigious colleges and universities account for 350,000 college students who arrive from around the world and contribute nearly $5 billion each year to the local economy. The universities also provide lots of jobs. Boston is a historically and culturally rich city, having many opportunities to enjoy world-class theater, visual arts, dance and music performances. Boston is situated on it’s famous, deep harbor and is crisscrossed by three rivers: The James River, the Naponset River, and the Mystic River. Boston is also home to five major league sports teams, including soccer. The greater Boston metro area is home to and hosts multiple major employers, including Abbott Laboratories, Bain Capital, Bose Corporation, Cisco Systems, Diebold, Dell Technologies, Marshalls, Inc., Roku, Wayfair and many others!