From Unemployed to Entrepreneur

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn

Trish Cooper lost her job and found her passion.  Read more of this post

Senate & Assembly Consider “Back to Work NJ” Jobs Initiative

By Michael Aron

 The “Back to Work NJ” jobs initiative was the order of the day for legislators in both the Senate and Assembly.  Read more of this post

Jersey City to Layoff & Demote Police

By Adrienne Supino
Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah Healy initially hoped to achieve eight million dollars in savings with concessions from the police union. Read more of this post

Camden City Council to Vote on Layoff Plan

By Jerry Henry
The Camden City Council officially approved the city’s massive layoff plan today.  Read more of this post

Massive Camden Layoffs Imminent

By Jerry Henry
According the Camden’s Mayor Dana Redd the city just doesn’t have the money to continue on its current course. Read more of this post

Newark Police Layoffs Take Effect

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn
The layoff of 167 Newark police officers marks the largest police force reduction in 32 years.  Read more of this post

Survey Says Economy Still at Recession Levels

By Jerry Henry
Over 1300 New Jersey businesses surveyed say they have seen some economic improvement but 60 percent said they were still in a recession.  Read more of this post

Democrats Introduce Bills to Create Jobs

By Zachary Fink
With New Jersey’s unemployment rate over 9 percent, Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver today announced a package of bills Read more of this post

NJN’s Future Looking Bleak

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn
State funding for NJN Public Television is due to run out at the end of the year. Read more of this post

Roche Cuts 900 Jobs in Nutley

By Jerry Henry
Roche, the pharmaceutical company formerly known as Hoffman-LaRoche, announced it will layoff over four thousand employees over the next two years.  Read more of this post


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