Newmarket ranked 31st in state for resident earnings in 2017


Newmarket ranked 31st among cities in New Hampshire by annual earnings per resident, according to data obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau in August.

The median income of Newmarket residents was an inflation-adjusted $32,230 per year. Newmarket had 2,614 households in 2017, with a population of 5,519.

The city with the highest median resident income in the state was Amherst. Amherst's median income was $62,917 per year after adjusting for inflation – $30,687 more than Newmarket. It had 262 households in 2017 and a population of 679.

Durham had the lowest annual resident income among cities in New Hampshire, with a median income of only $5,615 per year. That was $26,615 less than the median income in Newmarket at the time. Durham had 1,683 households in 2017 and a population of 10,753.

The table below shows the top 95 cities ranked by median annual resident earnings in 2017.

Top 95 cities by earnings per resident (2017)
Rank
City
Earnings per resident ($$$)
1
Amherst
62,917
2
Newfields
46,518
3
Plainfield
46,375
4
Seabrook Beach
45,833
5
Hampton
42,009
6
Suissevale
41,786
7
East Merrimack
40,847
8
Alton
40,170
9
Goffstown
40,079
10
Contoocook
39,732
11
Hancock
39,632
12
Portsmouth
38,685
13
Londonderry
38,379
14
Peterborough
37,953
15
Lebanon
37,620
16
Exeter
36,791
17
North Walpole
36,467
18
Wilton
36,028
19
Suncook
35,242
20
Hooksett
35,088
21
New Hampton
34,141
22
Hudson
33,905
23
Hampton Beach
33,870
24
Milford
33,710
25
Derry
33,647
26
Dover
32,917
27
Nashua
32,840
28
Bennington
32,679
29
Canaan
32,600
30
Concord
32,277
31
Newmarket
32,230
32
Newport
32,033
33
Raymond
31,640
34
Gorham
31,292
35
Enfield
31,286
36
Woodsville
30,820
37
Pinardville
30,797
38
Somersworth
30,694
39
Conway
30,644
40
Manchester
30,156
41
Troy
30,000
42
Rochester
29,942
43
Meredith
29,911
44
Walpole
29,741
45
Greenville
29,492
46
Milton
29,464
47
Hillsborough
29,076
48
Center Sandwich
28,967
49
Claremont
28,781
50
South Hooksett
28,630
51
Tilton Northfield
28,119
52
Bristol
28,088
53
Farmington
27,541
54
North Conway
27,233
55
Lancaster
27,152
56
Belmont
27,019
57
Laconia
26,723
58
Bradford
26,029
59
Franklin
26,026
60
Winchester
25,875
61
Lincoln
25,561
62
Keene
25,268
63
Jaffrey
25,260
64
Bethlehem
25,227
65
Epping
24,653
66
Marlborough
24,602
67
Lisbon
24,464
68
Pittsfield
24,375
69
Charlestown
24,347
70
Loudon
24,236
71
North Haverhill
24,188
72
Milton Mills
23,864
73
Colebrook
23,803
74
Antrim
23,784
75
Wolfeboro
23,698
76
West Swanzey
23,625
77
Center Ossipee
23,508
78
Union
23,024
79
Warner
22,750
80
Littleton
22,274
81
Mountain Lakes
21,944
82
Groveton
21,792
83
Berlin
21,744
84
Hinsdale
21,335
85
Whitefield
20,865
86
Ashland
20,717
87
North Woodstock
20,691
88
Sanbornville
19,797
89
Bartlett
17,396
90
Henniker
15,352
91
West Stewartstown
14,567
92
Hanover
9,935
93
Plymouth
6,874
94
New London
6,174
95
Durham
5,615
* All values are inflation-adjusted

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