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NJ Experts on ‘Quiet Quitting’ — How It Could Be a Win-Win at Work
The idea is to stop going above and beyond at work, not to get fired or eventually quit.
NJ Holding $5.9 Billion in Unclaimed Assets — Search for Your Name
Over the course of just one year, the New Jersey Department of the Treasury's Unclaimed Property Administration returned a record $163 million in assets to rightful owners.
Supply chain issues could be bugging NJ consumers for years
Businesses claim they continue to battle with delays from suppliers both in the U.S. and beyond, meaning production time is still lagging, along with their ability to ship to customers.
2 Garden State Parkway rest stops shutting down until spring
One will eventually feature Shake Shake, with the other offering Chick-fil-A.
Moving Costs up 8% In NJ Since Last Year, Report Finds
"The average cost for a move in Trenton is $598," said Miranda Marquit, chief data analyst.
Most NJ Residents Don’t Want to Pump their own Gas, Poll Finds
As lawmakers aim to give New Jersey motorists the option of pumping their own gas, a poll released on Thursday suggests that most people would stay in their cars if the law were ever to change.
New Jersey’s minimum wage is going up again
The mandatory hike kicks in on Jan. 1.
What Does College Really Cost? NJ Law Mandates Yearly Price List
Higher education institutions are already required to provide this information to prospective students.
NJ voters reject expanding college sports betting
One asked whether New Jerseyans should be able to bet on sporting events involving New Jersey college teams and any college sporting events occurring in the state.
NJ Implementing Universal Health Care Coverage For Children, Including Unauthorized
Before the coronavirus pandemic, a center at Rutgers analyzed data and discovered that more than 88,000 New Jersey children did not have health insurance.
Big Shift In NJ Foster Care — 70% Of Kids Placed With ‘Kin’ Within A Month
When kids in NJ need to be taken from their homes, their next stop isn't what most people may think of as a traditional foster home.
NJ’s Hot Housing Market — Will There Be Another ‘Bubble Burst’?
Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, housing prices in New Jersey have soared, and homes have been flying off the market within days.