Rutgers forecast claims NJ has entered mild recession expected to last until early 2010
There are 1 comment on the Canadian Business Magazine story from Jul 16, 2008, titled Rutgers forecast claims NJ has entered mild recession expected to last until early 2010. In it, Canadian Business Magazine reports that:
New Jersey is more than a half-year into a mild recession that should end in early 2010, according to a Rutgers University economic forecast released Wednesday.
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#1 Jul 17, 2008
i have had 2 years full time employment since 1994. this is a depression not a recession and rutgers missed the mark. i ve done unenployment food stamps and the like. my husband is disdisabled. i have two kids ready for college. and the i'm soon to retire.if i speak to anyone in the industry i'm asked if its a career change or told they recieve 40 resumes for each jobposting. the people in charge of this disaster dont have a clue. they throw away the wrong personnel. i was thrown away in 1994. i still believe i have something to offer.
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