What will New Jersey's economy look like 30 years from now?

September 18, 2015

New Jersey’s economic growth will lag the nation for quite a while, but a full rebound from the recession is coming soon, according to a brand new economic forecast.

 

In the report released Friday by the Rutgers Economic Advisory Service, national and statewide statistics were used to gauge New Jersey’s economy in the few years ahead, over the next decade, and 30 years down the road.

NJ1015.com radio, September 18

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