Data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows 22% of New Jerseyans worked from home in 2021, a more than fourfold increase over 2019. New Jersey has a greater share of people working from home than most other states. Rutgers University Professor Carl Van Horn, director of...
More than a fifth of New Jersey workers ages 16 and older work remotely. A confluence of factors is likely responsible for the broad uptake of telecommuting in New Jersey — even after pandemic shutdowns forced immediate changes to work in 2020 — though long commute...
In addition to First Place in the 3D category for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s 34th annual mapmaking contest, the map also received an Honorable Mention for Best Cartographic Design.
New Jersey State Policy Lab: Adjustments to Municipal and County Population Counts in New Jersey for 2020
According to the latest Census count, NJ’s population peaked above 9 million for the first time in 2020. Census estimates were off by a whopping 4.3 percent.
A Multi-Decennial Census Data Set for NJ, 2010 and 2020 (and More): A New Jersey State Policy Lab Offering
This census-based product will appeal to municipal governments within the State of New Jersey because it is provided in an easily read format (Microsoft Excel) but also provides historical reference and shows change across New Jersey’s counties and municipalities since the last decennial census.
It's an issue the county took on when it commissioned a report by the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, presented early last ... NJ.com, May 28