According to the report, young male veterans have higher unemployment rates then similar civilians, which can make it harder for them to afford enough to eat.
A new report by the Prison Policy Initiative, a group that calls for prison reform, found that the national unemployment rate for the formerly incarcerated is 27 percent. New Jersey had made a ...
The governor signs a bill creating a raft of new judges. Now are there enough to keep up with the tight timetables of bail reform? Brick-and-mortar stores like Sears may be following its catalog into ...
Pink-collar jobs, that employ a majority of women, are the fastest growing fields. But men don’t want them.
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 ...
New Jersey’s suicide rate has since risen by 13 percent, now tied for second-highest, according to the CDC.
Christie's top agenda item -- to end the heroin epidemic -- is being expanded across state lines. State control of local schools may come to an end. A new bill would return autonomy to local districts ...
While the governor's vaccine gaffe goes viral, the Grand Old Party throws itself a gala. Building flood resistant properties. Fire resistant too. And snapping up prime Atlantic City real estate.
The economy has improved with more businesses popping up in northern and central New Jersey.
A high stakes State of the State address. How it played to the Garden State and to the nation. Hacker attack on the U.S. Central Command. Changing security protocols in a digital age.
Gov. Christie highlighted what he's done for New Jersey during his tenure.
Many happy returns. Boosting the economy. Sexual preference no longer blocks blood donors. A new species emerges from the marsh. And finding the twin she didn't know existed.
Shoppers looked to return items and get good deals after Christmas.
The state Department of Labor says New Jersey gained 6,700 jobs in November and unemployment dropped 0.2 percent.