Why start a career in NH?
We might be biased, but here are a few reasons New Hampshire is a great place to live, work, and play.
1. Lakes and beaches. If you like going to the beach, New Hampshire has 18 miles of coastline with beaches that offer a different experience for everyone. You can lay back with your toes in the sand in Rye or head over to Hampton for the boardwalk and summer fireworks displays. If you’re more of a lake person, New Hampshire has over 800 lakes and ponds and approximately 19,000 miles of rivers and streams. Plenty of places to go for fishing, water sports, and more.
2. The mountains. Do you enjoy hiking, camping, and spending time outdoors? New Hampshire is the best for hiking in New England, by far. With 48 mountains, peaks higher than 4,000 feet, access to the Appalachian Trail, and more, there’s something for everyone who enjoys staying active outdoors through the seasons. Mount Washington, the tallest mountain in the Northeast, is located in New Hampshire—this is a must see by foot, train, or car.
3. The seasons (especially autumn). Autumn in New Hampshire is beautiful. All across the state, from north to south, the leaves change at varying rates, from green to red, yellow, and orange. People from all over travel to New Hampshire just for views of the colorful, vibrant landscape. Oh, and try some of the fresh maple syrup.
4. Winter sports (skiing, skating, snowboarding, snowmobiling, etc.). Skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, and tubing! We have plenty of mountains, trails, and bodies of water you can visit for winter sports. Wherever you are located in the state, it’s only a short drive to the destination of your choice.
5. No sales or income tax. New Hampshire has opted out of sales tax and income tax is limited only to interest and dividends.
6. Close proximity to Boston, Massachusetts and Portland, Maine. New Hampshire is conveniently located between Massachusetts, Maine, and Vermont so you can visit neighboring states in just a short drive. You can be to Boston and Portland in less than an hour from our offices. Go from the woods to ur
7. Low crime rate. According to Safewise.com, New Hampshire has the second-lowest violent crime rate in the country, just behind its neighbor state, Maine.
8. History. If you like history, New Hampshire is filled with it. There are old historic sites, museums, and railways throughout the state that should not be missed. Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth is has buildings/houses from the city’s first settlement. The American Independence Museum in Exeter offers artifacts dating back to the 1700s. The Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse in New Castle is a one of many lighthouses and was built in the 1870s—go for sunrise or sunset for breathtaking views. Further north you can take a ride on the Mount Washington Cog Railway, one of the most historic sites in the state, which started operating in the 1860s. The list goes on!