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New Hampshire is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States. It is bordered by Massachusetts to the south, Vermont to the west, Maine and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Canadian province of Quebec. Concord (population 42,695) in south-central New Hampshire.

The state is known for its mountains and forests, beautiful lakes and rivers, and historical sites. It is also known for its presidential primaries, which have over 1 million voters every four years.

New Hampshire has many different landscapes within its borders. There are high mountains, hills in the north and in the center, a large lake in the northwest corner called Lake Winnipesaukee, a series of medium-sized lakes in the south called the Great Northern Forest. There are plains in the far east on which many old New England towns were built. Each of these small rural communities has its own charm.

New Hampshire is also known for its forests, some of the most beautiful in the country, with plenty of trails to explore and year-round camping. Historically, New Hampshire has had a strong economy, although it suffered during the 2008 recession, as did many other states. There are many different types of work available for New Hampshire residents.

There are many different colleges in New Hampshire that attract students from all over the country to live there while they are in school. Tourism is also an important part of New Hampshire’s economy, and many people come to visit the Great Northern Forest and its beautiful lakes, spending money on local shops, hotels, and restaurants. New Hampshire is a great state to work in the IT industry with many companies located all over the state from Portsmouth to Lebanon and there are plenty of call centers for people looking to pursue a career in the industry. The healthcare sector is also very strong here at home and jobs can be found almost everywhere.

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Southern New Hampshire University

(SNHU) has been recognized by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) as a Leader in Online RN-to-BSN Education.
Today's RNs need to continue their education throughout their entire career, and SNHU is here to help meet that continued educational need with an online Bachelor of Science in Nursing ( RN to BSN) program.
This type of RN-to-BSN education can provide RNs with the opportunity to advance in their nursing careers, stay current with evidence-based practice and improve patient outcomes. Completing an RN to BSN degree can also lead to opportunities for promotion or new employment possibilities.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), RNs with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree are making more money than RNs who don't have the extra degree to advance their career, and also RNs with an RN-to-BSN program are gaining employment more rapidly than RNs with just an associate's degree.

University of New Hampshire

RN program students prepare for the workforce in many ways. RN to BSN students are offered several different tracks that allow them to customize their education. RN-to-BSN tracks include Psychiatric Mental Health, Women's Health, Child/Adolescent Health, Gerontological Acute Care and Lifestyle Management. RNs interested in continuing their nursing education are encouraged to apply for graduate degree programs in the School of Nursing.

To support RNs in achieving their BSN degree, UNH offers RN-to-BSN courses online and at several locations across New England. Online RN to BSN tracks offered are Psychiatric Mental Health, Women's Health, Child/Adolescent Health, Gerontological Acute Care and Lifestyle Management.

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