Rutgers network enters new partnership to help NJ's long-term unemployed

November 7, 2016

Last year, the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University launched the New Start Career Network, providing resources to New Jerseyans age 45 and older who have been jobless, but looking for work, for six months or more. NSCN is now partnering with a group out of the United Kingdom to help these jobseekers cope with the emotional fallout of their unemployment.

NJ news, November 7

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