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NJ Unemployment Rate Falls

Revised federal data released Monday suggests New Jersey's unemployment rate declined more gradually last year than previously reported.

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NJ Job Seekers Experience Hostile Market [AUDIO]

Many New Jersey residents are having a tough time in the state's job market.

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Good News for Jersey’s Jobless [AUDIO]

The unemployment rate in New Jersey is 7.3 percent, but that could be heading south in 2014.

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NJ Unemployment Rate Drops in December

New Jersey's unemployment rate has dropped significantly for the second month in a row, but it's not because more jobs have been created.

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Positive Forecast for NJ Unemployment [AUDIO]

Even amidst some recent bad news, there's a positive outlook for the future of unemployment in the state.

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79K Lose Extended Jobless Benefits in NJ

New Jersey will be hard hit when federal emergency jobless benefits end this weekend nationwide.

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Jobless Rates Fell Throughout US in November

Unemployment rates fell or were unchanged in all 50 U.S. states in November, including New Jersey, where the jobless rate fell to 7.8 percent, from 8.4 percent in October. Officials cite the latest numbers as evidence that hiring is up nationwide

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NJ Unemployment Rate Drops Sharply

A new government report shows New Jersey's unemployment rate fell by more than a half a percentage point to 7.8 percent in November as the state added nearly 17,000 jobs and 31,000 people stopped looking for work.

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Unemployment Falls to 7% on 203K Jobs Added

A fourth straight month of solid hiring cut the U.S. unemployment rate in November to a five-year low of 7 percent. The surprisingly robust job gain suggested that the economy may have begun to accelerate.

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NJ Unemployment Rate Declines

New Jersey's unemployment rate has dropped a bit early this fall as more people have left the labor force.

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