South Shore Region
The South Shore Workforce Development Board represents 22 cities and towns in eastern Massachusetts. The region is anchored by the City of Quincy to the North bordering the City of Boston and the Town of Plymouth to the South stretching to Cape Cod. The region is a mix of unique communities from quintessential small New England towns and villages along the coast, expansive rural communities to the south, and larger dense urban centers to the North.
The South Shore is a vibrant region, rich in history, cultural resources, recreational amenities, with a diversity of housing and employment opportunities. Public transportation services are more prevalent in the northern communities, providing easy and efficient access to the Greater Boston market area via public rail and commuter boat service. Many of the communities throughout the region are interconnected by Commuter Rail and various forms of bus transportation services.
Click here for a list of the highlighted developments in the region.
Unemployment Rates for Each City and Town
Specific unemployment rate information for a city/town within the South South Shore may be found via the chart below. Simply hover over the area on the map for that city/town's specific data: