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December 2010
New Hampshire Business Review;12/31/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 28, p3
The article offers news briefs related to employee research in New Hampshire including the finding of the study conducted by Right Management on the likeliness of workers in the Northeast to be disgruntled by their jobs, the analysis of the study by mega-job search site Indeed which states that 14 jon seeker clicks per health care posting and 19 clicks per posting in information technology.


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