In this report, author Kristine Bundschuh identifies the benefits and barriers that emerging adults, age 18–25, perceive as they make the decision to stay in, leave, or return to Coös County, New Hampshire. The main draws to living in Coös are its family and community support systems. Those with local professional and educational plans, or who have purchased a home locally, experience additional benefits. Some emerging adults say they would live in Coös if it provided the employment opportunities, diverse communities, and amenities they seek.
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Bundschuh, Kristine, "The Benefits and Barriers to Living in Coös County, New Hampshire: Perceptions of the Region From Emerging Adults" (2020). The Carsey School of Public Policy at the Scholars' Repository. 406.
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