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School Jobs in New Hampshire

If you're looking to move to New Hampshire, consider finding a job at a private school! Schools need all sorts of staff, in addition to teachers, and boarding schools often provide employees with housing, food and more!

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Get 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.

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Start 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.

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Perfecting Your Resume for Out-of-State Jobs

Prospective employers in NH won't even look at my résumé because it is clear I am living and working in Idaho right now. Is there anything I can do to get around this?

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How to Manage 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?

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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...

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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...

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Remote work from home jobs: NH graded as 3rd best state

These days, it seems that lots of people now have remote work from home jobs. Additionally, many more workers will be able to work from just about anywhere in the near future. So, if you're a libertarian activist with one of those remote work from home jobs, where...
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How to Work for Liberty: A Message to Free Staters

Wouldn't it be great to move to New Hampshire, get paid to work for liberty, and join forces with companies that move the bus of freedom forward? That's exactly what I thought to myself when I lost my job back in 2017. You see, I was working in a sales job putting in...

The Best Move of Your Life

Taking the leap for liberty and moving to New Hampshire usually starts with research. Whatever your questions, chances are some of our participants have gained the experiences necessary to answer them. Just join any of our online groups and start learning from Free Staters who've made the journey before you.

Coming for a visit within a few months will help tremendously in the planning process. Movers report that visiting allowed them to discover their favorite areas and meet the people who would soon become their close friends. Team Porcupine Real Estate recommends two visits: the first to explore and meet the locals and the second to look for a home.

Getting to Know the Destination

New Hampshire is divided into six major regions. It has 10 counties, 13 cities, 221 towns, and 25 unincorporated places. You’ll find the most Free Staters in the Merrimack Valley (Manchester, Nashua and Concord), the Monadnock region (Keene), and the Seacoast. That said, since many Free Staters enjoy living away from big government, a good many of us choose to live in rural areas.

Merrimack Valley

Merrimack Valley is home to the state's largest concentration of Free Staters living in and around Manchester, Concord and Nashua. Each week here is packed with opportunities to socialize, volunteer, learn and promote liberty. Some of these events draw activists from all over the state, and the monthly MVP meetup attracts 30-50 people.

The Freecoast

From pristine beaches to fine dining to cutting-edge startups, the Seacoast is the place for libertarians seeking a cosmopolitan life. Freecoasters gather on Thursday nights to keep in touch and welcome new movers. Here you'll find a growing group of peaceful parents. Visit The Praxeum, a flexible-use space centered on liberty.

The Monadnock Region

The Monadnock Region is home to Keene, which offers a unique blend of city life, small size, and college-town vibrancy. Here you'll find merchants leading the world in cryptocurrency acceptance and a central square with a strong free speech tradition. Keene’s Social Sunday is the state's longest-running weekly liberty gathering.

The Lakes Region

The Lakes Region is home to nearly 300 bodies of water, along with the Lakes Region Porcupines, a group that has been meeting monthly for about eight years. This social gathering has turned into a service and goodwill organization, offering emergency radio communications, a blood drive, and a toy drive.

The Upper Valley

Upper Valley NH Liberty

The Upper Valley features scenic mountains and lakes, along with the conveniences of the Dartmouth-Sunapee area. Lots of liberty families settle here. Local Liberty Tuesday meetups attract 20-30 people to enjoy a monthly dinner, and Bardo Farm hosts monthly potlucks and weekly “Farm Fridays with Friends.”

The North Country


The North Country offers peace, quiet, and the beauty of nature, along with low-priced real estate and ‘reasonable’ taxes. Recently quite a few families have moved "north of the notches” and are thriving in the wholesome, low-crime communities. About 20 "North Country Porcupines" gather monthly to socialize.

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Finding a Home in New Hampshire

Renting: There are many Free Stater-friendly landlords throughout the state! Check listings on Ledgeview Commercial Partners, and the FSP Housing Search group. Many people find rentals by driving around areas they like, as many owners don’t advertise vacant units online. Learn more about how Free Staters rent in New Hampshire.

Buying: Most Free Staters prefer to rent initially to gain a better understanding of the different regions before buying their "forever home." The first step to take when you are ready to settle down will be to obtain a financing pre-approval. Next, your agent will guide you through the buying process, including setting up listing alerts and dealing with inspections, financing, appraisal and closing. Learn more about how Free Staters buy homes in New Hampshire.

Welcome Home

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Welcome Wagon

In New Hampshire, we have teams of warm-hearted Free Staters waiting and eager to connect you with likeminded libertarian activists.

By the way, if you need some help moving in, fill out the form to the right and we’ll invite some folks to help unload your moving truck.

Of course, when it comes to Move In Parties, after the heavy lifting is finished, there’s only one thing left to do: Party!

Have you already arrived?

Request your mover number.

Also, share your mover story so that other people like you will follow in your footsteps. 

Welcome Home

The Free State Project

Welcome Wagon

In New Hampshire, we have teams of warm-hearted Free Staters waiting and eager to connect you with likeminded libertarian activists.

By the way, if you need some help moving in, fill out the form below and we’ll invite some folks to help unload your moving truck.

Of course, when it comes to Move In Parties, after the heavy lifting is finished, there’s only one thing left to do: Party!

Have you already arrived?

Request your mover number.

Also, share your mover story so that other people like you will follow in your footsteps.

We'll Help You Move In and Get Settled!

To activate the Welcome Wagon, fill out this form as soon as you know your move date.

After you click “Get Moving!”, check your email for an important message from our Moving Coordinator!