The advantages of New Hampshire relative to other states due to the high quality of life here.
New Hampshire offers modern, extensive cellular and Internet infrastructures and statewide access to low-cost, high-speed Internet. Fiber Optics (FiOS) service available in select areas.
Air transportation to and from New Hampshire is facilitated by 118 registered airports, 64 registered heliports, and 6 registered sea plane bases.
New Hampshire is home to people of all religions as well as those who are non-religious. The New Hampshire population is among the most religiously tolerant, with 73% believing that other religions can lead to eternal life.
New Hampshire is home to 23 accredited, degree-granting colleges and universities, including Ivy League member, Dartmouth. New Hampshire also offers several trade schools.
New Hampshire offers hundreds of private, non-profit organizations ranging from food banks, to youth mentoring, to health services.
New Hampshire 4th graders ranked 1st place in a national science assessment test.
New Hampshire has the lowest teen pregnancy rate among the states.
New Hampshire residents rank #1 in knowledge of fundamental economics and financial concepts.
New Hampshire has the highest standard of living in the country (based on poverty rate, 2011)
New Hampshire offers many private/non-government schooling options, including home schools, Montessori schools, Waldorf schools, religious schools, boarding schools, and traditional private high schools.