The statutory minimum wage in New Hampshire is $5.15 per hour.
Persons 16 years of age or under are exempted from the minimum wage
requirement, but such persons may not be paid less than 75 percent of the
applicable statutory minimum wage. All other employees are covered, except those
who are children employed by their parents, grandparents, or persons acting in
their stead, who in turn furnish full maintenance to the child and spouses
working for the other spouse on a volunteer basis; those engaged in household
labor, domestic labor, farm labor, or as outside salespersons; employees in
summer camps for minors; newspaper delivery persons; nonprofessional ski patrol;
golf caddies; and employees subject to the FLSA.