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Raises Are Back, But Smaller [POLL/AUDIO]

There's good and bad news about raises from a new survey of 1,500 firms.

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Unemployment Line
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Five of Nine NJ Sectors Add Jobs in June [AUDIO]

Employers in New Jersey added 4,600 jobs in June, but the unemployment rate still increased slightly, ending four consecutive months of improvement.

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Ben Bernanke
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Markets Buoyed By Bernanke Testimony

The mood in markets turned positive Wednesday after some dovish remarks from U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke raised the prospect that the central bank's monetary stimulus may stay in place a little longer than expected.

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Photo by Joe Raedle / Getty Images
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More Workers Deal with Underemployment [AUDIO]

The ranks of the underemployed are on the rise, according to several sources.

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Teen Drivers
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NJ Teen Drivers Cost 86 Percent More [AUDIO]

If you add a teen driver to your insurance policy, you can expect your insurance premium to go up an average of 86 percent in New Jersey.

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Flickr User Tax Credits
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Is Retirement an Outdated Concept? [AUDIO]

A new survey finds retirement is becoming more of an elusive dream these days, especially for those on the retirement doorstep.

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Unseasonably High Gas Prices Suggest Year Of Escalating Prices
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Gas Prices are Going Up in New Jersey [AUDIO]

Prices at the pump have been holding steady since the spring in New Jersey, but that's now changing.

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Gail Oskin, Getty Images
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Consumer Confidence Soaring in New Jersey [AUDIO]

Consumer confidence is up in the Garden State.

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Many Teachers Pay For Supplies Out-Of-Pocket, Survey Says [AUDIO]

A sign of tight school budgets. A new survey finds a majority of school teachers make up for gaps in classroom supplies out of their own pockets.

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Fewer Choose Parenthood; Is a Weak Economy to Blame? [AUDIO]

Fewer babies are entering the world, and the weak economy is partially to blame.

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