Where people are most likely to work in each Boston neighborhood
If you live in East Boston, there is a good chance that you or someone you know will work at Logan Airport, and that Dorchester residents will be more likely to work in the health care and social assistance sector, according to a new report from the Research Department of the Boston reconstruction administration. This week\'s report focuses on the most popular industries and employers in every community in Boston. So far, health care and social assistance are the most common industries among Boston residents, with 9 of the 15 areas studied having the largest share of employment. But even in these industries, major employers vary from region to region. The brackets mark the employment map for each community using the 2013 ZIP Code business model (ZCBP) published in the United StatesS. Census Bureau. The ZCBP data only includes wages in the private sector, excluding wages in the government and non-government sectorspayroll (self- Employment or work in a family business ). Here are the most popular industries and employers in each community: Orston/Brighton: in Orston/Brighton, the largest share of residents is health care and social assistance, an estimated 6,657 people are working in this area. St. Elizabeth Medical Center is one of the most common employers with Harvard Business School, New Balance, WGBH and genzyme. Back Bay/Beacon Hill: in Back Bay and Beacon Hill, the highest proportion of residents working in the professional, commercial services and information fields has a total of 616 workers. The largest employers in the region are John Hancock, mutual help, Deloitte, Pearson and New England Finance/metropolitan life. Central Boston: Residents of central Boston often work in finance, insurance and real estate, where 661 workers are working. Major employers include the State Street Bank Trust General Hospital. Putenan Investment Corporation, Graduate School of the University of taftz. Charlestown: more than 45% of people living in Charlestown work in professional, business services and information departments, working for organizations such as the Boston guest Nurses Association, RSM International, Keane company Delta Dental in Massachusetts, as well as costa fruit and produce. Dorchester: more than 24% of residents work in healthcare and social assistance in Dorchester, with major employers including Boston global media partners, Carney Hospital, Dorchester University, Stop and Shop, and the University of Massachusetts, Boston. East Boston: Eastie residents often work in wholesale trade, transportation and warehousing, with 60% of the residents working in these areas. People who live here usually don\'t have to go to work far away because Logan etblue, Delta Airlines, American Airlines and united Airlines are the biggest employers at Logan Airport. Fenway/Kenmore: at Fenway/Kenmore, an estimated 627 residents work in the health care and social assistance sector, major employers include Beth Israel convent Hospital, Children\'s Hospital, Brigham Women\'s Hospital, Boston University, and Northeastern University. Hyde Park: people who live in Hyde Park often work in the retail industry. the main employer is Xiao. Giioso and his sons, stop for shopping. Jamaica Plains: at JP, about 56% of residents work in health care and social assistance, often in places like VA faulkner hospania, Boston -- Jamaica Plains, Angel Animal Medical Center, Sheryl\'s home and Brookside Community Health Center. Mattapan: The largest proportion of Mattapan residents engaged in health care and social assistance (28%), followed by retail (27% ). Major employers include star market, rose CommScope long-term care center, Mars farmers market, Matapan community health center and gift aid. Roslendale: in roslendale, health care and social assistance provide the largest share of employment, with an estimated 39% of residents working in these sectors. The Hebrew Rehabilitation Centre, gourmet dining, home of Little Wanderers, community of Rogerson, andStop and Shop are the main employers. Roxbury: The largest part of the population of Roxbury also works in the area of health care and social assistance, with major employers including the Baptist Hospital of England, the Morgan memorial charity industry, and seniors services in central Boston South Boston: about 38% of South Boston people work in professional, commercial services and information, with major employers being fidelity, Gillette, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and the Price Waterhouse. South end: at the south end, health care and social assistance agencies have again provided the largest share of employment, with an estimated 48% of residents working in these sectors. Major employers include the Boston Medical Center, the University of Boston (medical school), and the Anping Street hotel. West Roxbury: health care and social assistance once again provide the largest share of employment in the Boston community, with an estimated 24% of residents working in these industries. Well-known employers such as Boston healthcare West Roxbury, brother Roche, Home Depot and the German Centre for long-term care. Read the full report of the bra here.