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Unemployed Older Workers Continue to Struggle [AUDIO]

Stuck in their 50s, older workers in America stay jobless longer and have more trouble rejoining the workforce than their younger counterparts.

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NJ Unemployment Drops, But Struggles Continue [AUDIO]

New Jersey's unemployment rate continues to drop, reaching it's lowest level in four years at 8.7 percent with private sector employers adding 4,100 jobs in April.

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Unemployment Rate Hits New Low

New Jersey's unemployment rate fell again in April to 8.7 percent, the lowest it's been in four years, the state Department of Labor said Thursday.

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Optimistic NJ Business Owners Back Chris Christie [AUDIO]

New Jersey's unemployment rate continues to hover around 9 percent, higher than other states in the region, and the state also continues rank near the bottom in the nation when it comes to its business tax climate, but this isn't stopping Garden State business owners and executives from supporting Gov. Chris Christie.

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Delaying Unemployment Checks For People Who Get Severance Pay [AUDIO]

Unemployment benefits in New Jersey for people who receive full severance pay would be delayed if a newly introduced bill becomes law.

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NJ Legislator Introduces Earned Sick Days Bill [AUDIO]

More than 1.2 million New Jersey workers, 38 percent of the state's private-sector workforce, lack earned sick days, but that doesn't mean these employees don't get sick. It means they don't get paid if they have to stay home when they're ill.

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Obama Pressed to Do More on Jobs, Wages

The nation's slowly improving jobs picture hides problems like stagnant wages and fewer working hours that strike directly at President Barack Obama's base of support -- young people, racial minorities and the less affluent.

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Growth Of Women-Owned Businesses Lags In NJ [AUDIO]

When it comes to the growth of women-owned businesses, New Jersey ranks 30th in the nation.

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One in Five Believe Boss Has Hurt Their Career, Survey Shows [AUDIO]

A new survey shows one in two employees are at least satisfied with their boss, but just one in five complain the boss has hurt their career.

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5 Things Bosses Do That Really Annoy Employees

We recently looked at some bad habits workers have that annoy their bosses, reduce productivity and prevent them from advancing up the career ladder. Now it's time to examine how bosses can spoil the workplace environment for their employees.

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