The problem may not be widespread, but a number of employers out there won't hire someone if that person is currently out of a job. This type of discrimination would become illegal with new legislation in Trenton.
Looking to get a leg up on those already in college, and given the disappointing job market that could be waiting for them on the other side, more and more high schoolers are taking on volunteer work or internships.
With less than three months left until Memorial Day, boardwalks and beaches at various shore points are gearing up for a busy season by adding new staffers to the books. That includes Jenkinson's Boardwalk in Point Pleasant Beach, which will hold its annual summer job fair over the next two wee…
New Jersey students may soon be able to learn which college or university produces the most graduates landing in high paying jobs, under new legislation sponsored by the chairperson of the Assembly Higher Education Committee.