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Trade Schools in New Hampshire

Trade schools in New Hampshire provide courses in a variety of job fields and reward their graduates with post-secondary certificates and degrees that can be used to secure entry-level positions in most of the state’s primary industries. Most of the state’s residents are eligible to receive instruction at these vocational programs, and many of the courses can be completed in two years or less.

If you’re interested in finding out more about vocational schools in New Hampshire, or would like to learn about the jobs that these institutions can prepare you for, the resources on this page can provide you with a wealth of information.

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Trade Schools in NH

Accredited Trade Schools in NH

At the beginning of 2014, there were 14 accredited trade schools in New Hampshire according to the National Center for Education Statistics. In the table below you will find links to each school, as well as basic program data about the curriculum offered, etc.

Name Address
Continental Academie of Hair Design-Hudson 102 Derry St, Hudson, New Hampshire 03051
Daniel Webster College 20 University Dr, Nashua, New Hampshire 03063-1300
Empire Beauty School-Hooksett 1328 Hooksett Rd, Hooksett, New Hampshire 03106
Empire Beauty School-Laconia 556 Main St, Laconia, New Hampshire 03246
Empire Beauty School-Portsmouth 2545 Lafayette Rd, Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Empire Beauty School-Somersworth 362 Rte 108, Somersworth, New Hampshire 03878
InterCoast Career Institute-Salem 19 Keewaydin Dr, Salem, New Hampshire 03079
Keene Beauty Academy 800 Park Ave, Keene, New Hampshire 03431
Laird Institute of Spa Therapy 981 Second Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 03102-5263
Michaels School of Hair Design and Esthetics-Paul Mitchell Partner School 79-6 South River Road, Bedford, New Hampshire 03110
Mount Washington College 3 Sundial Ave, Manchester, New Hampshire 03103-9969
New England School of Hair Design inc 12 Interchange Dr, West Lebanon, New Hampshire 03784-2003
New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts 153 Lowell Rd, Hudson, New Hampshire 03051
Paul Mitchell the School-Portsmouth 140 Congress Street, Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801-4084
Salter School of Nursing & Allied Health 670 N. Commercial St. Suite 403, Manchester, New Hampshire 03103
Seacoast Career School-Manchester Campus 670 North Commercial St, Manchester, New Hampshire 03101

Employment & Salary Outlook

Job Outlook for New Hampshire

The State of New Hampshire’s job market has traditionally been based on a mixture of agricultural, manufacturing and, of course, tourism. Looking ahead to 2020, however, the New Hampshire Economic and Labor Market Information Bureau (ELMI) projects that the state’s fastest-growing labor sector will be healthcare.

New Hampshire’s 10 Fastest Growing Occupations

The list below reflects the 10 occupations expected to experience the highest rate of growth in New Hampshire through the end of the decade. To watch a brief video about the position, or view current employment projections, simply click on any of the names shown.

Home Health Aides

Minimum Education: High school diploma and certification from an accredited program.

Median Salary in NH (2012): $23,500

2010 Employment: 2,310

2020 Employment: 3,750

Pct Change: 62%

 

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Personal Care Aides

Minimum Education: Less than high school.

Median Salary in NH (2012): $22,500

2010 Employment: 3,870

2020 Employment: 6,050

Pct Change: 57%

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Market Research Analysts and Specialists

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree.

Median Salary in NH (2012): $60,700

2010 Employment: 930

2020 Employment: 1,240

Pct Change: 34%

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Medical Secretaries

Minimum Education: High school diploma.

Median Salary in NH (2012): $34,100

2010 Employment: 2,530

2020 Employment: 3,360

Pct Change: 33%

 

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Personal Financial Advisors

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree.

Median Salary in NH (2012): $58,400

2010 Employment: 1,190

2020 Employment: 1,570

Pct Change: 32%

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Physical Therapists

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree.

Median Salary in NH (2012): $72,800

2010 Employment: 1,400

2020 Employment: 1,810

Pct Change: 29%

 

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EMTs and Paramedics

Minimum Education: High school diploma and certification from an accredited program.

Median Salary in NH (2012): $30,800

2010 Employment: 1,340

2020 Employment: 1,700

Pct Change: 27%

 

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Dental Hygienists

Minimum Education: Two-year associate’s degree from an accredited program.

Median Salary in NH (2012): $76,800

2010 Employment: 1,170

2020 Employment: 1,480

Pct Change: 27%

 

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Nonfarm Animal Caretakers

Minimum Education: Less than high school with apprenticeship.

Median Salary in NH (2012): $18,800

2010 Employment: 920

2020 Employment: 1,150

Pct Change: 26%

 

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Software Developers, Applications

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree.

Median Salary in NH (2012): $89,300

2010 Employment: 4,760

2020 Employment: 5,990

Pct Change: 26%

 

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Source: New Hampshire Employment Security, Economic and Labor Market Information Bureau

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