May Day isn’t typically a holiday we celebrate in New Jersey, but for workers it certainly was cause for celebration this year, thanks to Gov. Phil Murphy’s progressive agenda.
The stock market ended this week the same way it did last week - with extreme volatility based on the latest headlines about trade.
Will the governor’s budget grow New Jersey’s economy and spur job growth?
This was a week for optimism for anyone doing business in the New Jersey’s largest city
Numbers can tell positive or negative stories, but it’s rare when one number tells both.
NJ Spotlight reporter John Reitmeyer discusses why it's important for policy makers to use jobs number trends.
What's on the official shutdown list? The Christie administration is expected to begin revealing which road projects across the state could come to a halt amid the stalemate over transportation ...
Heat warnings are in effect as the temperatures hit triple digits. We have the story and the forecast. Plus Barbara Buono says the governor may be a coward. And an inside look at the fans of Jersey's ...
New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Harold Wirths says although unemployment rose slightly in June, he believes the state is moving in the right direction with job ...
New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Harold Wirths is pleased that 117,000 private sector jobs have been created since February 2010. He says although the unemployment ...
Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Harold Wirths says New Jersey's 30,900 gained jobs in December is a good sign for the state.
Gov. Chris Christie announced the New Jersey Safe Task Force to make recommendations about gun control, addiction, mental illness, the level of violence in society and school safety.
Former NJ Department of Labor Commissioner Albert Kroll is not suprised by the disappointing jobs report and says NJ needs to have components in place to ramp up its technology-based industry
Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, who partnered with the Department of Labor on the Jobs4Jersey program says it is important, especially in light of the latest disappointing jobs report for the state.
New Jersey gained 17,600 new jobs in May and Gov. Chris Christie says that means the state can afford a tax cut.