According to the 2012 Boston Indicators Report, the state’s innovation economy needs to be reinvented. The report is published every two years and brings together information from public agencies, civil institutions and community-based organizations. The 2012 report shows that Boston is enjoying three decades of sustained building, increased ethnic diversity and solid job growth, but challenges remain.
First, the good news: Greater Boston’s economy has been resilient during the recession and it’s outperforming the rest of the nation in recovery. The metro area has one of the most highly educated work forces in the country and leads in innovation.
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