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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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Mass Layoffs Spike in New Jersey

New Jersey added tens of thousands of new private sector jobs last year, but new figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show New Jersey employers sent more workers to the unemployment line in 2011 via "mass layoff."

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More Mass Layoffs in New Jersey, Report Says

New Jersey employers took 585 mass layoff actions in 2011, the second-highest total in the history of the report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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More Jobs, Fewer Layoffs in New Jersey

Adding to signs that the job market is strengthening, the Labor Department says fewer folks in New Jersey and nationwide are seeking unemployment benefits. 

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