New Hampshire is one of the New England states located in the North-Eastern corner of the United States. New Hampshire is home to Tupperware, the snow mobile, and the eldest covered bridge in the nation (built in 1829).
In addition it was the first state to declare its independence from England. This state has a long rich history both politically and for inventions.
The average cost of living in the state is nearly 2% higher than the national average. This means it is slightly more expensive to live there than a state such as Michigan or Ohio. The average annual salary is lower than the national average by approximately $800; it is around $46,000 a year.
An audio engineer living and working in the state can expect an average salary of about $73,000. This is on the higher side for audio engineers as most range from $58,000 to $65,000 a year. It is almost $30,000 more than the average working person in the state.
Audio Engineering Schools for New Hampshire
- Audio Production (BS)
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Keene State College
229 Main St.
Keene, NH 03435
Looking for Additional Options
Those seeking to obtain a degree in audio engineering may have to relocate; there are very few schools in the state for this field of study.
The same is true for those who wish to pursue a higher degree in the field. Relocation is not always an option for those already working in their field; if this is the case, taking a look at online schooling options is something to consider.
Many online schools are fully accredited and offer education that is equal to or better than a conventional brick and mortar school.