As the country's recovery stutters, is the Garden State in for an equally bumpy ride?
The state and the country are slowly adding jobs, but many of them are in below-average-paying sectors.
Can lower Manhattan displace midtown as the paramount destination for New Jersey commuters?
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.
Sluggish growth in the job market has the nation -- and New Jersey -- deeply uncertain about the strength of the recovery.
Basic industries typically serve national or international markets, creating new wealth and funneling it into a region or state.
Data likely to show some constants -- but also some telling changes.
Any way you add it up, the post-recession employment recovery is going to be long and difficult.
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 ...