Temp Jobs as a Path to Long-Term Employment

Temp Jobs as a Path to Long-Term Employment

A short-term/contract position could be a really good way to make the move to New Hampshire, but there are drawbacks to be aware of as you consider this option. Lack of job security, difficulty budgeting long term, fewer or no benefits beyond hourly pay, and overall lower pay are the most often cited…

Working With Headhunters to Land a Job In New Hampshire

Working With Headhunters to Land a Job In New Hampshire

Working with headhunters (recruiters) can be a productive way to learn about and pursue job opportunities, especially if you are an experienced professional. It is important that you understand the different types of recruiters, how they work, and what you can expect when working with one…

Managing Job Interviews from a Distance

Managing Job Interviews from a Distance

Being available for interviews within a time frame that meets the schedule of your prospective employer is one of the most challenging parts of searching for a new job from a distance. The trick is to make the logistics of the long-distance interview as easy as possible for the employer. But how do you do this?

Starting a Business in New Hampshire

Starting a Business in New Hampshire

If your plan for moving to New Hampshire involves starting a new business (or possibly relocating your existing business), here is a checklist of the basics to guide you on your way. From choosing a name and location to building your business’ foundation, learn it all from a Free Stater who is also a professional job coach.

Finding a Job in New Hampshire

Finding a Job in New Hampshire

This detailed guide will lead you through the steps involved in finding a great job in New Hampshire! You’ll read about defining your job search, addressing logistics, navigating job boards, and more – all from a Free Stater who is also a professional job coach.