New Hampshire is home to more than 1 million residents, making it the 42nd most populous of the 50 United States. New Hampshire ranks 47th in total area (9,348.00 square miles) and 47th in population density (141.28 people per square mile). The median age of its residents is 43 years, with 80.2% of the population 18 year and over.
According to Homefacts' records there are currently 2,525 criminal and sex offenders in New Hampshire (approximately 19.12 offenders per 10,000 people). The unemployment rate in New Hampshire is 2.6% .
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2,525 Registered Sex Offenders found in New Hampshire
A search for our database shows there are 2,525 registered Sex Offenders in New Hampshire. New Hampshire has a ratio of 19.12 offenders per 10,000 residents.
Our database indicates that there are 5 incarcerated Sex Offenders in New Hampshire. As well as 17 offenders whose location is unknown in New Hampshire due to the offenders being transient or their address being unmappable.
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New Hampshire building permits average per year since 2001 is 4,131. In 2004, there was a high number of building permits with 7,606 and a low number of building permits in 2011 of 1,877. 62.10% of the building permits are for Single Family housing units in 2012.
Since 2005 the unemployment rate in New Hampshire has ranged from 2.3% in October 1999 to 8.1% in January 1992. The current unemployment rate for New Hampshire is 2.6% for August 2017. See how other local areas compare by using our Unemployment Compare tool.