With no state income tax as just one benefit, more and more people are moving to New Hampshire. It offers families a quality of life that makes it desirable to raise children and has brought many quality candidates for headhunters and recruiters to choose from.
While manufacturing, service-based businesses, and trade are the largest part of the job market in the Granite State, headhunters have a large pool of prospects to choose from for executive positions in those industries as well as blue collar workers.
Along with the increase in population, the need for resources in education and health services has induced those who are licensed in those sectors to move to New Hampshire. And this has provided recruiters with a good solid "inventory" to pull from. Payrolls across the state experienced ups and downs between 2010 and 2012, but the past 2 years have shown a steady climb.