5 things you must know about NJ job growth

March 18, 2015

“It’s relatively small compared to the peak job growth of the late ’90s,” Rutgers University economist Joseph J. Seneca said. “But it’s significantly stronger than what we thought it was, and we’re off to a good start for 2015.”

APP.com, March 17

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