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Meet State Rep. William Pearson

Age: 27 Area represented: Cheshire District 16 (Keene, at-large) Occupation and employer: Student at the University of NH School of Law. Number of years in NH: 26 Favorite place in NH: Anywhere along the Cheshire Rail Trail. Describe NH in three words: Independent, unique, and alluring. Year first year elected to the legislature: 2014. Legislative […]


Meet State Rep. Deanna Jurius

Age: 26 Area represented: Belknap District 2 (Meredith and Gilford) Occupation and employer: Professional School Counselor at Laconia Christian Academy Number of years in NH: 26 Favorite place in NH: On Lake Winnisquam. Describe NH in three words: Free, Home, Nature. Year first year elected to the legislature: 2018. Legislative priorities: I campaigned with a […]


Taxes and Adulting

Navigating through the professional world presents many paths. In my experience as a young professional, it seems that we have our own unique routes to explore. Not only are young professionals looking to grow, learn and excel in our professions, we are also learning how to navigate the world of “adulting.” For those unfamiliar with […]

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6 Reasons You Should Hire an Intern Tomorrow

Lots of small businesses and people in them say they don’t have time for an intern. They view the process as lengthy, complicated and slow. This hasn’t been my experience. Below I discuss my company, why to use interns and how it grew my business. Interns are Professionals The students I taught at the NH […]



Manchester Likes Crazy Ideas (#CrazyMHTIdeas) Peddl was born after a catch up with a friend at one of our favorite farm-to-table restaurants, Republic. We chatted about work, passion projects and what we had been doing with our free time. I spoke of my love for people, community, cycling, marketing, and operating a business. She spoke of […]


Stay, work, play and TEACH!

The University of New Hampshire Teacher Residency for Rural Education (TRRE) program recruits young professionals and recent college graduates to put down roots and teach in a rural NH community. What do these TRRE people have in common? Shared values of commitment to community, education and local NH resources. Meet Alayna and Rebecca, two examples […]

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Fifth Annual Women in Technology Event: “Seeing Herself There”

Market Street Talent is co-hosting the fifth annual Women in Technology event on Tuesday, October 9th in downtown Portsmouth! Join us for an evening of networking, career development and community. Our team is passionate about increasing diversity in the tech field, and we’re excited to spread the word about what’s on tap for this year’s […]