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BOSTON - Consistent with what the state has found elsewhere in Massachusetts, the Boston area lost jobs in July, most notably in tourism and high tech, the Boston Globe reported. The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce reported that a net of about 1,500 jobs were lost in the month of July. The jobs lost in tourism (1,400), high tech (800), and health care (500) were partially offset by the addition of about 900 jobs in higher education and 300 in financial services, the Chamber's analysis found.