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Getting By, Getting Ahead
Mon July 9, 2012
Opportunities and Drawbacks for Upper Valley Startups
Every part of New Hampshire has been affected by the ups and downs of the economy, but not every region has felt the effects in the same way. That’s been especially true in New Hampshire's Upper Valley – when home prices were dropping and jobs were scarce, Upper Valley communities and employers managed to hold on… for a while, anyway.
Reporter Amanda Loder of StateImpact New Hampshire is looking at each region of the state for her economic series, Getting By, Getting Ahead. She joins All Things Considered host Brady Carlson with a look at the economy in the Upper Valley, and why the area is a starting ground for many startups.