Career Colleges and Vocational Schools in New Hampshire


Trade Schools in New Hampshire

New Hampshire has a lot to offer: a rich history, outdoor treasures, abundant recreational opportunities and charming small towns with tight-knit communities. The state's main industries are agriculture, machinery, high tech and tourism.

According to the New Hampshire Employment Security, Economic and Labor Market Information Bureau, high-tech industries are an essential part of the state economy, making up 14.4 percent of the state's wages. The sub-sectors of professional and scientific services and computer and electronic equipment manufacturing were the strongest in 2009. That year, the average weekly wage for high tech was $1,495. Between November 2009 and November 2010, most New Hampshire jobs were added in the fields of hospitality as well as education and health care services. The Bureau of Labor Statistics listed the mean annual wage for all professions statewide in 2009 at $43,720.

Living in New Hampshire while studying at trade school

The U.S. Census Bureau reports that New Hampshire is home to some 1.3 million people. Although most of those live in small towns, the state's largest city, Manchester, has a population of 110,000. The state capital, Concord, also is a draw in terms of jobs and services. The median household income for 2008 of $63,235 was higher than the national figure. With no sales or income tax, the state could be very affordable for New Hampshire trade school graduatee.

Enrolling in a New Hampshire trade school that suits your needs could be the first step toward a rewarding career.

See also: Universities and Colleges in New Hampshire

Directory of New Hampshire Colleges & Universities

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            Other Career Colleges & Vocational Schools in New Hampshire

            Continental Academie of Hair Design
            Hudson, New Hampshire www.continentalacademie.net
            Continental Academie of Hair Design
            Manchester, New Hampshire www.continentalacademie.net
            Empire Beauty School
            Laconia, New Hampshire www.empire.edu
            Empire Beauty School
            Somersworth, New Hampshire www.empire.edu
            Esthetics Institute
            Concord, New Hampshire
            Keene Beauty Academy
            Keene, New Hampshire www.keenebeautyacademy.com
            Michael's School of Hair Design and Esthetics
            Bedford, New Hampshire www.michaelsschool.com
            New England School of Hair Design Inc
            West Lebanon, New Hampshire www.neschoolofhairdesign.com
            New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts
            Hudson, NH www.nhita.com
            Portsmouth Beauty School of Hair Design
            Portsmouth, New Hampshire www.portsmouthbeautyschool.com
            St. Joseph School of Nursing
            Nashua, New Hampshire www.sjhacademiccenter.org
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            Dover, NH. Arts and design, business, criminal justice, fashion design, accounting, film and photography, legal / paralegal, massage therapy, medical / healthcare www.mcintoshcollege.edu