James W. Hughes & Joseph J. Seneca
- Opinion: New Jersey's Economic Recovery, a Late Spring Status Report
- James W. Hughes & Joseph J. Seneca | June 13, 2011 | Opinion
- As the country's recovery stutters, is the Garden State in for an equally bumpy ride?
- Opinion: The Recession Is Over, but Good NJ Jobs Still Scarce
- James W. Hughes & Joseph J. Seneca | April 6, 2011 | Opinion
- The state and the country are slowly adding jobs, but many of them are in below-average-paying sectors.
- Opinion: Further Post-ARC Questions and Observations
- James W. Hughes & Joseph J. Seneca | February 4, 2011 | Opinion
- Can lower Manhattan displace midtown as the paramount destination for New Jersey commuters?
- Opinion: Observations and Questions on the Region’s Post-ARC Future
- James W. Hughes & Joseph J. Seneca | January 7, 2011 | Opinion
- The cancellation of the ARC tunnel makes possible a critical re-evaluation: Many of the original underlying economic certainties have become today's economic uncertainties.
- Opinion: The Great American Uncertainty
- James W. Hughes & Joseph J. Seneca | December 10, 2010 | Opinion
- Sluggish growth in the job market has the nation -- and New Jersey -- deeply uncertain about the strength of the recovery.
- Opinion: The Great Recession and NJ’s Lost Employment Decade
- James W. Hughes and Joseph J. Seneca | May 3, 2010 | Opinion
- From 2001 to 2010, New Jersey experienced a net loss of 156,100 private-sector jobs, driving the total down to 3.2 million—a level not seen since 1998. That marks the only time since payroll employment statistics were first compiled in 1939 that the state ended a decade with fewer private-sector jobs than it started with.