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AMERICA'S NEW TECH HUB
From Fortune 500 companies to game-changing startups, New Hampshire’s diverse range of tech and IT companies are changing the way the world interacts with technology and communications. Home to some of today’s top firms, like Oracle Dyn and Autodesk, the Granite State has built a reputation for attracting innovative companies and employees. With high growth projections and rank as one of America’s
top ten states for tech employment
, the industry employs
nearly 72,000 people
with wages well above the median national average.
Powering the Internet, building digital solutions and looking for you.
Whether you’re a software engineer, support specialist, IT manager or coder in training, there’s a New Hampshire company looking to hire you. With a growing average of 1,835 openings for tech positions in the state, the largest demand is for software developers, followed by industrial engineers, computer systems analysts, computer users support specialists and network and computer system administrators. See
In addition to a lower cost of living, New Hampshire techies enjoy close access to Boston and NYC tech markets with the benefits of our signature “Live Free” lifestyle, which combines scenic beauty and outdoor recreation with work-life balance.
Unlike many of our East Coast neighbors, New Hampshire’s tech revolution isn’t limited to our largest metro area. From Manchester to Portsmouth to Nashua and beyond, New Hampshire’s cities are gaining nationwide recognition as the next industry launch pads.
Explore some of our top tech hotspots.
Once home to the largest textile production operations in the world, Manchester’s collection of revitalized mill buildings along the Merrimack River
are now filled with high-tech firms
, growing startups, incubators and an urban campus for the University of New Hampshire. Supported by firms like
DEKA Research and Development
, the area has become a launchpad for tech innovation.
Pease International Tradeport
, which is home to more than 250 companies with over 10,000 employees, Portsmouth serves as an economic engine and growing tech hub for New Hampshire’s prosperous Seacoast. The city boasts thriving entrepreneurs just as much it boasts diverse companies for techies, including firms like
Located less than 45 miles from Boston, Nashua is a premier player in the greater Boston region with the distinct flair of a New Hampshire city. Offering streamlined access to the region’s immense opportunity and resources, Nashua is home to a range of unique tech companies like