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Manufacturing

By 2022, NH is projected* to add thousands of new jobs, and thousands more to replace retiring workers.

The average weekly earnings in NH for manufacturing positions is $1,076 a week, or $55,952 a year.

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Technology

By 2022, NH is projected* to add 6,000 new jobs in IT.

The average weekly earnings in NH for IT workers is $1,033 a week, or $53,716 a year.

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Healthcare

By 2022, NH is projected* to add 20,000 new jobs in healthcare.

The average weekly earnings in NH for a job in healthcare is $903 a week, or $46,956 a year.

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Hospitality industry

Hospitality

By 2022, data indicates NH’s hospitality industry will grow by 10%.

Management and supervisory-level hospitality workers can make between $25 and $40 per hour.

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Construction industry

Construction

By 2022, experts forecast NH will add nearly 1,000 new jobs in construction not including the open jobs vacated by workers of retirement age.

The average annual salary in NH is $79,350 for construction workers.

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*Employment data and projections from NH ELMI (New Hampshire Employment Labor Marketing Information).