New Start Career Network focuses on long-term unemployed

October 21, 2015

The Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University announced Tuesday the launch of the New Start Career Network, which aims to help the state’s 100,000 long-term unemployed individuals re-enter the workforce.

To do this, Philip Murphy, chairman of the advisory board for New Start Career Network and chairman and co-founder of nonprofit New Start New Jersey, said it was imperative the initiative continue to build a set of solid relationships with companies.

NJBIZ.com, October 20

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