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Is NJ’s Middle Class Getting Squeezed Again? [AUDIO]

For decades, middle class families in New Jersey and across the nation have been struggling to make ends meet, but things could get even more difficult in the not-too-distant future.

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Flickr User velkr0
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More NJ College Kids Help Pay for Education [POLL/AUDIO]

A new Citi/Seventeen magazine survey finds a growing number of college kids in New Jersey and across the country are working at least part time while they're attending school.

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Unemployment Claims Trend Downward in New Jersey [AUDIO]

The U.S. Labor Department is out with new data showing the number of Americans, who applied for unemployment benefits over the past month, dropped to its lowest level since 2007.

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The Average Work Week Keeps Getting Shorter [AUDIO]

New information from the Fed shows we are working less than our parents did in terms a hours per week.

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Helping NJ College Students Get Jobs In The Future

If New Jersey businesses worked directly with New Jersey colleges to train the employees of the future, companies would know they’re going to get trained workers and students would know they’ve got a better chance to land a job after they graduate.

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How is the Economic Recovery Going? [POLL/AUDIO]

Most states across the country have regained output levels, but few have recovered employment levels since the recession.

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Dave Kotinsky, Getty Images
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NJ Rebound Will Continue After Sandy Rebuilding, Says Expert [AUDIO]

New Jersey's jobless rate has been dropping and its economic outlook has been improving, but will the good times be short-lived?

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Raises Are Back, But Smaller [POLL/AUDIO]

There's good and bad news about raises from a new survey of 1,500 firms.

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Flickr User Jerrybunkers
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College Grads Less Psyched About Work, Study Finds [AUDIO]

What’s the point of a college degree if you’ll never be happy at work? According to a new report from Gallup Education, college graduates are the least likely to be enthusiastic about their jobs.

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Five of Nine NJ Sectors Add Jobs in June [AUDIO]

Employers in New Jersey added 4,600 jobs in June, but the unemployment rate still increased slightly, ending four consecutive months of improvement.

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