A small town located in New Hampshire, Plymouth has slightly more than 4,000 residents. Young adults (15-24) should fit right in, as they account for an above-average percentage of the population, while young professionals account for a smaller percentage of the town. With an average age of just under 29, the town ranks as the youngest municipality in the state. In terms of housing, residents are fairly evenly split between renting (52%) and owning (48%) their residence. The trend is driven in part by a relatively reasonable average rent of $983 per month, which is $104 less than the state average.
Plymouth's average commute time ranks as one of the best in the state at about 16 minutes, 3rd-fastest in the state. Driving is the most common mode of getting to work, selected by 23% of residents, while public transportation is not used. Relatively few residents (18%) commute to work on foot, though the number far exceeds the national average.
Ten percent of Plymouth residents over the age of 25 have a Bachelor's, Master's, Professional, or Doctoral degree. There are four primary industries in Plymouth: education, entertainment, retail, and healthcare. Together, these industries make up 40% of the workforce in the town. With an average annual income of around $65K, Plymouth workers bring in less than the average New Hampshire resident. The town's average income also falls below the national average of $73,345.