It's very rare for good news to come out of a hearing on the New Jersey state budget, but that's what happened Thursday when New Jersey's labor commissioner testified before the Senate Budget Committee.
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.
A fourth straight month of solid hiring cut the U.S. unemployment rate in November to a five-year low of 7 percent. The surprisingly robust job gain suggested that the economy may have begun to accelerate.
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