As an attorney, paralegal, legal secretary, and legal staff looking to relocate, a good place to consider is Massachusetts. With the ever-increasing legal job market you are bound to find the perfect position within the perfect city. Not only is there an abundant of opportunities in the larger cities such as Boston, Worcester and Springfield, the smaller cities of Massachusetts are also options to consider.
Summers in Massachusetts are warm with average high in the summer above 80 °F (26.7 °C). Winters tend to be cold, but generally less extreme on the coast with high temperatures in the winter averaging above freezing even in January, although areas further inland are much colder.
The state's cranberry crop is the nation's second largest (after Wisconsin). Also important are nursery and greenhouse produce, dairy, poultry, vegetables, and fruit. Tourism has become an important factor in the economy of the state because of its numerous recreational areas and historical landmarks. Cape Cod has beaches, summer theaters, and an artists' colony at Provincetown that appeals to the young and old.
With so many different legal fields and locations to choose from in the young and vibrant state of Massachusetts, legal candidates are bound to find the perfect job within a law firm or corporation of their choice.