A panel will be held to discuss the results of a recent survey on why young people leave New Hampshire
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A panel will be held to discuss the results of a recent survey on why young people leave New Hampshire.
The survey, conducted for Stay Work Play, reported in May that nearly 30 percent of the participants said they would definitely or probably consider leaving New Hampshire in the next two years.
The forum Wednesday morning in Manchester will examine what can be done to attract young professionals to the state and what efforts are already underway to reverse the trend.
The New Hampshire College and University Council will host the panel and its president, Mike Vlacich, will serve as a panel member. Other officials from Saint Anselm College, the Governor’s Millennial Advisory Council and Stay Work Play will also speak to the issue at the event.
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