NH only 9th smartest state in nation, topped by Vt. and Mass.

Julie Fortin, a nursing graduate from Walpole, Mass., celebrates during UNH's commencement in Durham. 

New Hampshire boasts the seventh highest median household income in the country at $60,567. The state also has no general sales tax and no personal income tax. As of October 2010 the state's unemployment rate was 5.4%. According to a study by Phoenix Marketing International in 2013, the state had the eight-largest concentration of millionaires per capita in the country with a ratio of 6.48%.


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