New Jersey Gubernatorial Election: With Brighter Job Forecast, New Jersey Can Shift to Wages, Training and Investment

A decade after the Great Recession, the demand for workers is robust, unemployment is shrinking and job opening are at a record high in New Jersey. Still, wages have not increased and there is a need for ongoing job training and workforce development. In the latest installment in our series on the New Jersey governor’s race, James Hughes, university professor and the former dean of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, and Kevin Lyons, associate professor Rutgers Business School, discuss the job outlook, what needs to be done and how the next governor could …read more

Source: Rutgers Today

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