New Jersey (NJ) is a state located in the northeastern United States, known for its diverse economy and a wide range of employment opportunities. The job market in New Jersey is robust, with various industries driving economic growth. These industries include pharmaceuticals, healthcare, technology, finance, manufacturing, tourism, and more. NJJobMarket.com is a website dedicated to
“Last April, our workers were in dire straits,” New Jersey Labor Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo said in testimony earlier this month to the Assembly Budget Committee. “The unemployment rate was 7.7%, and our workforce was barely half of its pre-pandemic levels. Today, the rate is down to 4.2% – lower than our neighboring states of Connecticut,
For Secretary of Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis, the Jobs NJ program introduced by Gov. Phil Murphy last week comes down to a simple sentence that can be so telling:
“No one goes to college thinking that they are not going to finish,” she told ROI-NJ. “But, too many of our students do not finish. We’ve got to do whatever we can to ensure that once they start, they finish. That will have a huge impact on workforce development and our economy.”
New Jersey Human Resources Professionals should attend the GSC-SHRM 27th Annual Conference & Expo, October 14–16, 2018 in Atlantic City, NJ
Are you graduating in the next few months from college? As a college graduate in the state of New Jersey, its a daunting task to figure out how to find a job in NJ. Here are some resources from NJJobMarket.com for NJ job candidates fresh out of school that includes everything from your cover letter, CV / resume and networking to possibly starting our own business.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed an order setting up a council focused on growing the state’s economy.
Let’s face it, we’ve all worked with someone that just wasn’t a good fit for the position they were hired for. And the plague of bad hires is a pretty big problem in the U.S. In a Robert Half survey released in March, 81 percent of small and midsize managers business owners said they’d made a bad hiring decision. And once the bad hire is made, it takes companies nearly 17 weeks to fix the mistake.