Researchers from the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire present their latest findings on the following topics:
- How expectations and aspirations for the future while in high school link to education and employment outcomes in early adulthood.
- The effects of exposure to household chaos on adolescents' future plans and well-being.
- The lasting benefits of community attachment for well-being among young adults, with a focus on co-occurring symptoms of depression and substance misuse.
- The influence of attachment to Coös County before high school graduation on outmigration and insights for retaining young adults.