Honestly, your best bet is to go to school where you want to work, and if you want Boston then BU is the answer (though risky without a pretty decent scholarship).
Thanks! That is kind of how I am leaning (of course I am hoping I can negotiate a decent scholarship), but I know my husband can get a job in Boston, or commute to his current job a few hours away if needed, and some how that seems a little less scary than taking a scholarship and hoping he can get a job. I know this is all premature, but I wanted some kind of sanity check.
We ended up not moving to make my wife's job doable for us. Also because my mom is here to give us free child care.
That outweighed going somewhere else for us. Of course, it didn't hurt that this ended up being the second cheapest school for me after schollys added up.
What I would do in your situation is: Add up husband's salary for 3 years (or more, if he has a career/profession that a potential 3 year break would kill). Then add up the scholly money you got over 3 years at a location. Whichever one is bigger, go with that.