While many parents are thankful kids are back in school, it’s not without trepidation. In fact, NH ranks third among states most stressed about kids being back in student-filled classrooms.
The amount of Federal Emergency Management Agency funds available to help families who paid for funeral costs related to COVID-19.
Source: Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium
7 in 10
How many businesses nationwide permanently closed some or all of their office space since the start of the pandemic.
Source: Digital.com August survey
Percent of small business owners with less than three months’ cash reserves.
Source: Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Voices
That’s brisk! The number of visits to NH for downhill and cross-country skiing as well as tubing last winter, up 4% from the previous winter.
Source: Ski NH
Percent of remote workers who have a full- or part-time side gig, with half saying they do so to pay off debt and to have more spending money.
Source: Survey by ResumeBuilder.com of 1,250 full-time remote workers
How many days, on average, employees planned to take off between mid-October and year end.
Source: Robert Half
The number of Dartmouth College women who each donated $1 million to the college’s Call to Lead campaign, making history as one of the largest-ever philanthropic efforts by alumnae in higher education.
Source: Dartmouth College
Did You Know?
The Granite State ranks 43rd among the best states to start a farm, although we’re still ahead of all other New England states except Vermont.
Source: LawnStarter analysis using 42 key metrics
Forget dashing through the snow in a one-horse open sleigh. Sales of new snowmobiles in the U.S. spiked 16% between the 2019/2020 season and last winter.
Source: International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association