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More workers choose email over phone calls

Fewer phones are ringing and more computers are beeping at workplaces nationwide. That's because an increasing number of employees, especially millennials, are choosing to conduct their interactions through emails instead of phone calls.

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Part-time work on the rise

The country added 288,000 jobs in June, according to the Labor Department, but take a closer look at the numbers, and there's a less pleasant trend that comes to the forefront.

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Help in NJ for older workers

New Jersey is helping older workers get a leg-up in today's challenging job market.

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NJ Job Seekers Experience Hostile Market [AUDIO]

Many New Jersey residents are having a tough time in the state's job market.

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Do Older Workers Keep Younger Ones From Jobs? [AUDIO]

There's an old notion that older job holders prevent younger job seekers from moving around in the labor force, but an expert here in New Jersey says that theory does not hold water.

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Survey: One in Six Americans Hate Their Job [POLL/AUDIO]

A new survey reveals that one of every six workers in our country can't stand their job.

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Balancing Work and Personal Life [AUDIO]

Recent college graduates entering the workforce put more of an emphasis on a work-life balance, compared to their older colleagues, according to a global study.

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Brighter View on Jobs Lifts Confidence

Americans are more optimistic the job market is healing and will deliver higher pay later this year. That brighter outlook, along with rising home prices, cheaper gasoline and a surging stock market, could offset some of the drag from the recent tax increases and government spending cuts.

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Stocks Edge Higher as Job Market Improves

The engines driving the stock market were more tepid than turbocharged Thursday, but they were enough to help stocks rise for a fifth straight day.

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Temp Jobs Aplenty in Struggling Economy [AUDIO]

The recession ended years ago, but a current employment trend shows the economy still has a long way to go before a full recovery.

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