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Unemployed Older Workers Continue to Struggle [AUDIO]

Stuck in their 50s, older workers in America stay jobless longer and have more trouble rejoining the workforce than their younger counterparts.

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NJ Unemployment Drops, But Struggles Continue [AUDIO]

New Jersey's unemployment rate continues to drop, reaching it's lowest level in four years at 8.7 percent with private sector employers adding 4,100 jobs in April.

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Unemployment Rate Hits New Low

New Jersey's unemployment rate fell again in April to 8.7 percent, the lowest it's been in four years, the state Department of Labor said Thursday.

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Governor Christie during LBI Town Hall (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Optimistic NJ Business Owners Back Chris Christie [AUDIO]

New Jersey's unemployment rate continues to hover around 9 percent, higher than other states in the region, and the state also continues rank near the bottom in the nation when it comes to its business tax climate, but this isn't stopping Garden State business owners and executives from supporting Gov. Chris Christie.

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Delaying Unemployment Checks For People Who Get Severance Pay [AUDIO]

Unemployment benefits in New Jersey for people who receive full severance pay would be delayed if a newly introduced bill becomes law.

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A Weak Jobs Report Expected Today [AUDIO]

Another weak jobs report is expected today, which could fuel concerns that the economy is slumping for yet another spring.

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College Grads Struggling to Follow Degree, Study Says [AUDIO]

Thousands of students are graduating from colleges across New Jersey this month, but a new survey shows they could struggle significantly in landing a job that connects to their major or career choice.

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Unemployment Rates Fall in Most U.S. Cities

Unemployment rates fell in nearly 90 percent of large U.S. cities in March, though most of the declines likely occurred because more Americans stopped looking for work, rather than found jobs.

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Improving Economy Means More Traffic Jams, Study Says [POLL/AUDIO]

If you have noticed an increase in traffic jams, you can pin some of it on the improving economy.

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More NJ Residents Employed in March [AUDIO]

New Jersey's unemployment rate for March fell to 9 percent, the lowest it's been in nearly four years.

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