New Hampshire’s per capita income is fifth in the nation

Per capita personal income in New Hampshire accelerated last year more than in any other state in New England, despite a slight slowdown in income in the United States as a whole.

Personal income grew by 4.7 percent in the Granite State, to about $58,322 per capita, according to a U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis report released Tuesday. That’s the fifth-highest per capita number in the United States. Connecticut and Massachusetts came in first and second, two respectively, with New Jersey and New York filling out the top five. Keep Reading…

| NHBR

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