Only a fraction of unemployed workers to receive added $300 weekly benefits

August 22, 2020

A new Rutgers University report offers some encouraging news on the labor front. In July, job growth in New Jersey was much stronger than employment gains in New York City and the U.S.

James Hughes, dean emeritus at Rutgers’ Bloustein School, is optimistic about New Jersey’s recovery, barring a COVID-19 resurgence. Hughes says New Jersey will benefit from emerging trends that include renewed interest in living and working in the suburbs.

NJTVNews, August 27, 2020

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