To create family-supporting jobs, we need to invest in the areas that are most important to businesses – education, transportation and communications infrastructure, a healthy environment. The types of businesses we want in New Hampshire need well-educated and skilled employees. We know this from our New Hampshire business leaders. Albany International of Rochester, NH, said in a recent interview that its number one priority is to be located near a highly skilled and educated workforce, and pointed to its partnership with the University of New Hampshire. If we hope to attract more businesses like Albany (with its 400 jobs), we must make key investments to enhance the labor pool and the infrastructure these businesses need and expect.