MedPro has exciting jobs throughout the country. This week, we feature the state of Massachusetts. Nicknamed the “Spirit of America,” Massachusetts is nestled in the heart of the New England region of the Northeastern United States. Massachusetts is known for its distinctive scenery throughout all four seasons. While Boston is the capital of Massachusetts, there are other spectacular cities with endless sightseeing, activities, food, and folklore, including Cambridge, Provincetown, Lowell, Quincy, Plymouth, and more.
What makes Massachusetts so unique?
Massachusetts is a state steeped in American history. Pilgrims seeking religious freedom traveled from England to Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620, founding the second English colony in North America. Massachusetts was the birth of the American Revolution and home to both the Boston Tea Party and Boston Massacre. Additionally, Massachusetts played a role in the American Industrial Revolution with the expansive growth of textile mills.
As a coastal state, Massachusetts is renowned for its fresh, local seafood selections, including clam chowder, lobster rolls, and oysters. Award-winning breweries and brewpubs offer distinctive varieties of craft beers and tours throughout the state.
From the Atlantic beaches to the Berkshires, outdoor enthusiasts will find endless seasonal activities and attractions along the coast or in the mountains. Another way to explore Massachusetts is by foot! Hundreds of walking tours offer lively reenactments and folklore surrounding historic events.
- Boston’s Freedom Trail
- Faneuil Hall
- Cape Cod Beaches
- Mayflower II & Plymouth Plantation
- Martha’s Vineyard
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