John Broderick Jr.: State employee pensions are a promise, not a gift
I think we all recognize the need to attract skilled workers to New Hampshire. We have good initiatives such as Stay Work Play New Hampshire because we need young people to choose New Hampshire as a place to settle and eventually raise their families.
I work closely with young people beginning their legal careers. What my young colleagues want is similar to what motivates young workers starting most careers. They want work that is inherently interesting, they hope to achieve a degree of success in their jobs and they want jobs that allow them to reliably provide for their families.
John Broderick Jr., a former chief justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, notes that the views expressed above are his own and not necessarily those of the University of New Hampshire Law School, where he serves as dean.
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