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Massachusetts, on the north-east of the United States, is an interesting expat destination, at the heart of the Yankee culture. Foreign students are seduced by the quality of universities such as Harvard or MIT. Expat professionals can find job opportunities in the fields of higher education, health care or finance.
Boston, Cambridge or Springfield, the main cities, gladly welcome you for your expatriation.
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