Find a Job or Internship in NH

If you are on this page, you know that the job search is a complex process, even if you know where you want to live and what you want to do. The average 20 year old will change jobs about 10 times in the next 15 years, so the process may be familiar to many. However, technology and the economy are constantly impacting the process. Today, the best way to search for many jobs is to tap your network of family, friends, colleagues and contacts. There are a myriad of web sites that can help as well – for searching jobs, internships, leadership programs, and resources on how best to prepare and present yourself during a search.

Also, while there are fewer classified ads in today’s hardcopy newspapers, most offer online listings. Check out our list of online NH media outlets and go to their jobs sections as another avenue for your search and these great networking resources:

Tip – if you graduated from college, your alumni office may offer up the opportunity for you to connect with alumni in various employment sectors for advice and tips on your search. These personal contacts are one of the best ways to find the jobs that never get listed.