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Chemistry Schools In New Hampshire

New Hampshire has 5 accredited chemistry schools where chemistry faculty who teach chemistry classes can find employment. Below are statistics and other relevant data to help analyze the state of chemistry and chemistry training in New Hampshire, which includes chemistry training at the following levels:


  1. Dartmouth College

    Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-3529

    11 U.S. News National University Ranking
  2. University of New Hampshire-Main Campus

    105 Main St., Thompson Hall, Durham, New Hampshire 03824-3547

    101 U.S. News National University Ranking
  3. Keene State College

    229 Main Street, Keene, New Hampshire 03435-1506

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking
  4. Plymouth State University

    17 High Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire 03264-1595

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking
  5. Saint Anselm College

    100 Saint Anselm Drive, Manchester, New Hampshire 03102-1310

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking



Professional Trends

New Hampshire Vs. National Chemistry Employment

New Hampshire 380
National 212,310

Of all of the chemistry professionals that work in the US, approximately 0% work in New Hampshire state.

Employment Growth for Chemistry professionals In New Hampshire

520 280 300 330 380
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Yellow: Actual Values

The number of chemistry professionals is shrinking in New Hampshire. 140 less chemistry professionals were working in New Hampshire in 2010, than there were in 2006. Thus, the field of chemistry has shrunk by 27% in New Hampshire. This decline is faster than the national trend for chemistry professionals which shows a 5% decrease in the number of chemistry professionals working around the nation.

Chemistry VS. All Professions salaries in New Hampshire

$46,448 $51,453 $56,300 $52,967 $56,450
$44,114 $44,490 $46,685 $47,881 $50,182
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Chemistry
  • Dark Yellow: All Professions

In New Hampshire, as the number of chemistry professionals is declining, the salaries earned by chemistry professionals are increasing. The mean salary for chemistry professionals in 2006 was $46,448 per year. And in 2010 the mean salary was $56,450 per year.

Salary percentiles for Chemistry professionals in New Hampshire

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Thus, chemistry professionals' salaries grew by 18% in 4 years. This growth is mirrored by state trends for all professionals. In New Hampshire state, within the field of chemistry, there is a huge variation in pay. The highest paid chemistry professionals earn 136% more money than those in the bottom 10% of the pay bracket.

Average Salaries for Chemistry professionals and related professions in New Hampshire


Chemistry professionals in New Hampshire earn, on average, less than their counterparts in related professions.

Educational Trends

Chemistry programs available for each degree type for all schools in New Hampshire


The number of students graduating from the 5 accredited chemistry schools in New Hampshire is decreasing. In 2006 there were 66 chemistry graduates from chemistry courses in New Hampshire and in 2010 there were 60 graduates.

Thus there was a 9% percent decrease in the number of chemistry school degree or certificate graduates in New Hampshire. 60% of these graduates received a bachelor's degree in chemistry.

Chemistry Faculty Salaries in New Hampshire

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