Hunt jobs in Boston as a result of recent economic downturn

BOSTON (AP) With its economy in a deep recession, Boston is seeing an increase in hunters, with a record number of hunters on the job.

The number of people working as hunters in the city has grown by more than 30 percent since 2014, and the number of jobs has nearly tripled to 3,000.

The city is also seeing more hunters than people in other parts of the country.

The population has more than tripled in just the last five years.

The National Center for Health Statistics reports that Boston is now home to about 3.5 million hunters, compared to about 1.4 million in 2000.

It’s also the second-largest hunting community in the U.S. with more than 840,000 hunters.

The U.K. has more hunters per capita, with about 3 million.

The cities of London and New York have roughly 5 and 4, respectively.

Boston has been among the most successful hunting cities in the country in recent years, with more hunters in Boston than any other U..

S., according to a report by the Center for Biological Diversity.

Hunters make up about 3 percent of the city’s workforce, the group says.

The number of residents working in the hunt industry is nearly 10 times higher than in other U:S.

cities, with hunters making up nearly 60 percent of workers in the industry.