If you love history, then Massachusetts is a wonderful state to choose and search for deaf and hard of hearing jobs. After all, there is so much history in this state that you simply will not be able to see and enjoy it all in one day. You could walk the 2.5 miles of the Freedom Trail and experience history up close. You can also visit the Witch House, which is associated with the old Salem Witch trials from colonial days, the Old North Church, the USS Constitution Museum, and the Old Salem Maritime National Historic Site. If you are literary-minded, then you may want to visit the House of Seven Gables, the inspiration for the Nathanial Hawthorne story by the same name.

There are 29 state parks throughout the state as well as numerous wildlife areas. There is also Fiske Hill National Park, Dorchester Heights National Historic Site, FL Olmsted National Historic Site, Saugus Ironworks National Historic Site, Boston National Historic Park, and Minute Man National Historic Park. There is plenty to see and do outdoors in Massachusetts as you can imagine.

Begin searching for DHH jobs in Massachusetts. It’s a great state to live in with its rich history and plenty of modern amenities.


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