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Anti-Fraud Unit Uncovers $100M In False Unemployment Claims

A new anti-fraud unit in New Jersey has caught at least $100 million in fraudulent unemployment claims over the last year, including those filed from overseas, the Department of Labor said Tuesday.

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US Unemployment Aid Requests Near 3-Month High

The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits remained stuck near a three-month high last week, a sign that job gains will likely remain modest.

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Fewer US States Reported Job Gains Last Month

Fewer U.S. states reported job gains last month, reflecting a slower pace of hiring nationwide.

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NJ Unemployment Rate Unchanged

After six consecutive months of gains, New Jersey's unemployment rate was unchanged at 9.0 percent.

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Unemployment Claims Signal Slower Hiring

The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits suggests hiring is slowing.

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Is High Unemployment The “New Normal?”

The economy is getting better, the stock market is moving higher, and consumer confidence is growing, but the national unemployment rate is stuck above 8 percent, and the jobless rate in Jersey remains at 9 percent. So what's going on here?

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NJ College Grads Will See Improving Job Market In 2012 [AUDIO]

The class of 2012 will find one of the most welcoming job markets in years.

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U.S. Unemployment Could Remain High, Says Bernanke

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says that without faster economic growth, it could take "a few more years" for unemployment to decline to a normal rate.

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NJ Jobless Rate Holds Steady At 9 Percent, But There Is Good News [AUDIO]

The state Labor Department reports Jersey's jobless rate held steady at 9 percent in February, for the third month in a row. But there's some good news to report.

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NJ’s Unemployment Rate Remains High Despite More Jobs Added

New Jersey’s unemployment rate remains at 9 percent, but 87 hundred new non-farm jobs were created last month– the 6th month in a row the figure has gone up.

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