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The median age of New Hampshire residents is the second highest in the country, after Maine. Most Granite Staters want to keep working after they reach traditional retirement age, and many may have to.
New Hampshire is an aging state and Granite Staters are living longer and in better health than previous generations. Aging, work and retirement are not what they once were!
A real life ‘Rosie the Riveter,’ Donna Mangold spent her career on the bustling factory floors of manufacturing plants throughout the country. Over the course of decades in the workforce, Donna’s efforts contributed to the fabrication of everything from industrial printers and paint sprayers, to dialysis machines and surgical heart-lung pumps; the sort of equipment that some may take for granted - while subconsciously counting on to make everyday life possible.
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