There's a lot to be said about not having an hour-plus commute, being dinged for excessive transportation tolls, enduring traffic jams, and being captured in high-rise office towers which afford little fresh-air, and mind-numbing cubicle office layouts.
The typical Londonderry workstyle starts with a minimal commute (it's not even a commute – it's more of a "short drive"). Current and planned offices and manufacturing or R&D facilities in Londonderry usually incorporate lunchtime picnic areas, wide expanses of green space, campus-like designs, and ample parking for cars/SUV's and more – complete with bike/kayak racks at the ready for after-work fun.
As a convenient and aesthetically pleasing ecology, Londonderry also offers easy access to the campuses of the University of New Hampshire/Manchester; St. Anselm's College, Southern New Hampshire University, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, Hesser College, the Community College System of New Hampshire, with ITT Technical Institute, Rivier College, and the University of Massachusetts at Lowell just to the south of us. Masters' of Business Administration degree programs are offered at many institutions, and UNH is actively pursuing development of a Commercialization Center developed with the private sector.
The region is annually listed as one of the best places to work in America because of wage/costs ratios, opportunities to start a new business, and continuing education program availability. It should be of little wonder that companies find many of the 700,000 people who live within 30-minutes from Londonderry, would have nothing but applause for you when you announce your company is either expanding or moving to Londonderry. Just think what your existing employees would say once they breath fresh Londonderry air, enjoy all our conveniences, and see how far their paychecks extend once you've located here!
Young Professional Networks are extremely active in all of New Hampshire, with the Londonderry-Manchester area chapter enjoying the state's largest and most active membership of well-over 2,500 professionals.
"The American Dream" of homeownership is still alive in New Hampshire, as developers have carefully matched home options to the needs and budgets of young professionals and families. With an extremely low overall tax burden, New Hampshire offers career-builders a pathway to achieving their dreams.