NJ's economy may weaken over next decade, report says

November 23, 2016

The Garden State’s “weaker-looking” economy includes a leveling off of its unemployment rate and will cause the state’s real domestic product to dampen and its population growth to slow through 2026, the report predicts.

“It’s definitely going to slow,” said Michael Lahr, a Rutgers economics professor who helped formulate the report. “Almost all the indicators show it’s going to slow a lot.”

NJ.com, November 23

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