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Why North Country

Available and Skilled Labor

New Hampshire's North Country offers a flexible and multi-functional workforce that will maximize efficiencies and productivity for your company. Skill sets include strong work ethic, dependable, teachable and willing to learn, loyal, good reading and math skills, back grounds include machine tooling, construction, computer systems, customer service, and assembly work.

Available Infrastructure

New Hampshire's North Country offers easy access to rail, highway, air transportation - and high speed telecommunications as well as major markets in northeastern US and eastern Canada. The rail system is serviced by St. Lawrence & Atlantic Rail Road and New Hampshire Central. There are five local airports, and access to broadband.

Quality Education

New Hampshire's North Country provides your family and employees access to quality education from preschool to college and graduate studies. The White Mountain Community College, Plymouth State University, Granite State College, and Dartmouth College offer a broad spectrum of educational opportunities.

Excellent Quality of Life

Many companies have relocated or expanded to New Hampshire's North Country because it is a great place to live and work - with low crime, good health care, good schools, friendly people, and year-round outdoor recreation. There are even three classic grand hotels that attract people from around the world.


Oct 18, 2013
Wondering how New Hampshire and Quebec Province compare on taxes, demographics, crime, health, housing and more? Download the comparison.
Apr 23, 2013

The benefits of expanding to New Hampshire were highlighted in a video and article on that said, "Proponents of individual freedoms and minimum government intervention in their lives might find their paradise in New Hampshire. In keeping with its motto, 'Live free or die' New Hampshire does not require or indeed tax personal income or sales tax its citizens."