N.H. Bill Would Set Up Financial Incentive for Recent College Grads Who Stay in State
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The House considered a measure Wednesday to provide a financial incentive for recent college grads to stay in New Hampshire.
This bill would create a voluntary program: Employees would get a minimum of $1,000 a year for the first four years they stay in the state. That would be paid for by their employer, not the taxpayer. But companies that participate would be able to work with a network of colleges in the state to attract recent grads.