Economic Assessment of Grafton County New Hampshire 2010 | 2012 Update

March 7th, 2012 by CfRP

Survey of Grafton County, New Hampshire’s Economy

Researchers at the Center for Rural Partnerships at Plymouth State University conducted a review of
economic trends in Grafton County, New Hampshire, emphasizing the County’s four labor market
areas (Haverhill, Lebanon, Littleton and Plymouth) and their economic prospects for the future. The study
was conducted on behalf of Grafton County Economic Development Corporation (GCEDC) to aid that

organization’s strategic planning process. The results of the study were presented in a public presentation
in September 2010, with an update added in January 2012. This report focuses on labor market data, and
includes a chapter, written by Daniel Lee, devoted to changes in the County’s labor market over the past
decade. The original 2010 presentation and the 2012 update are provided as appendices.

Grafton County NH Economic Assessment 2010 Update (PDF)

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