Job Seekers

  • Labor Day Report: Employment Trends and the State of the Workforce

    Labor Day celebrates the U.S. worker. It is a day intended for rest and relaxation, and for those of us tracking employment trends, it is a day of reflection and foresight. Where We Have Been The labor market, especially in New Hampshire, is closing in at full capacity. Although, with an unemployment rate at a […]
  • Emojis

    I really never thought I’d be writing something about emojis. A few years ago I would have said, “ a what?” For a while they were the purview of teens. Then they spread; my in-laws send them in text messages, my friends in email, and I once overheard a man in coffee shops say “hashtag […]
  • You’re the Boss: What it Means to be Right

    “I asked my boss, Jillian, if we could set up a meeting for feedback on a project I was finishing up and her response was, “Just grab me anytime I’m around the office and we can talk.” I did see her at the office, of course. But it was never the right time. She was […]
  • The Rules of Brainstorming: Beyond the Basics

    What kind of title is that? If brainstorming is all about informality and spontaneity, how can it even have rules? I’m a firm believer that work is always better if you’re prepared – even something that’s intended to jolt people out of their usual ways of thinking. Before: Before you even call people into the […]
  • Success

    “Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.” –Albert Einstein. A lot of us set out on our career paths with a pretty strong idea of what it would mean to be successful. Maybe you’d make a lot of money, own your own company, change policy, […]