Demographic shifts prompt sea change

February 19, 2015

The population of central New Jersey is expected to grow as the number of foreign-born workers increases and young professionals flock to urban centers. James Hughes, dean of the Edward J. Bloustein School at Rutgers University, said he expects Middlesex County to continue its growth, while Monmouth County will reverse its recent downward trend in population.

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