Access to secure employment, safe communities, opportunities for educational achievement, and social affiliation are important contexts to consider when evaluating child and family well-being
Only 18% of Coös residents over age 25 have a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared with 35% statewide.
Across all levels of educational attainment, earnings in Coös have remained flat or declined since 2010
Unemployment in Coös is higher than the statewide rate, but has declined significantly since the recession in 2008
Roughly 1 in 5 children in Coös lives in poverty.
Coös County has the 3rd highest rate of social associations of all counties in New Hampshire.
Coös County has the 3rd lowest crime rate of all counties in New Hampshire
1 in 10 young people in the North Country have had an adult family member in jail or prison.
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