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Number of Women in the Workplace Remains Flat [AUDIO]

Throughout the past generation, American women were entering the workplace in surging numbers, but since 1990 that number has remained stagnant - with no clear reason as to why.

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Unemployment line
John Moore, Getty Images
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Rejected Job-Seekers Looking for Answers [POLL/AUDIO]

A common complaint among out-of-work Americans is they never really know why they were overlooked for a position.

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'Jobs'
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What Are the Best Biopic Performances?

'Jobs', the biopic about the late founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs is hitting theaters this weekend. The lead role of Steve Jobs is played by Ashton Kutcher. He has received both good and bad reviews for his portrayal.

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For Sale Sign
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Home Ownership Out-of-Range For Young Adults [AUDIO]

College graduation and 18th birthdays aren't excuses for children to move out anymore; in fact, more twenty-somethings are staying at home while they figure things out.

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Flickr user: William Hook
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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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College classroom
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
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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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Jobs
Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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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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College graduation
Flickr user llee_wu
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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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Job Fair
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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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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