The growth in NH’s population between July 2021 and July 2022 (0.55%), reaching 1,395,000. That was the second largest population gain in New England.
Source: University of NH Carsey School of Public Policy based on Census Bureau estimates
Thanks to those handy smart phones, analog photo jobs are going the way of the horse and buggy. This is the decline in the number of photographic process workers and processing machine operators in NH, losing 180 workers since 2012.
Source: CommercialCafe using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Employment Statistics
The amount Bank of America donated to the NH Food Bank by pledging to give $50 per shot received by bank employees—an annual flu shot and/or coronavirus vaccine or booster—before Nov. 23.
Source: Bank of America
It may be pothole season, but believe it or not, NH ranks as the state with the best roads. According to the study, only about 3% of rural roads and 8% of urban roads in NH are considered poor while road travel in the state has increased by 15%.
Source: ConsumerAffairs.com analyzing data from the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the Federal Highway Administration and its own proprietary data
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In December, the Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee approved accepting $65 million in federal funds for NH’s Broadband Connect Program, which will connect tens of thousands of additional locations to high-speed internet.
Source: Office of the Governor