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Massachusetts, with its 1,500 miles of coastline and a wide range of industries from manufacturing to high tech, is the perfect place to settle down, start a new career, and experience a slice of what New England has to offer. As you’re unpacking moving boxes and rearranging the furniture, keep in mind a few things that will make your transition to becoming a Bay State resident as smooth as possible.

Moving can be difficult, but Massachusetts is a great place to live, just ask the 6.6 million people who live here now!

Tweet at us @massgov and let us know what you wish you knew when you moved to Massachusetts.

 

 

 

 

 

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