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NJ jobless claims fall for second consecutive week

“The virus is still out there, people are still hesitant to return to their normal,” said Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations economist Michael Merrill. “At some point the return to work is going to top out, and we’re going to be stuck there until we can figure out how” to take control of the virus.

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Delayed filing date inflates state tax revenues in July

Income tax came in at $3.4 billion, a 254 percent increase from the $948 million the state took in last year. Corporate business tax collections came in at $589 million, a 231 percent increase from the $177 million the state saw last July.

Triple helping of help (access required)

Amid COVID-19 closures, Skopos Hospitality turned one of its empty restaurants into an opportunity to serve the community with the three-pronged Feeding Newark Initiative.

1Huddle, NJ Reentry Corp. partner to prep formerly incarcerated for workforce (access required)

The Newark-based tech company creates customized mobile games to help NJRC members prepare for job interviews, and build the skills necessary to be successful in specific positions.

Murphy welcomes ruling on bonds; critics warn against new debt (access required)

“This means that when I present my new budget for the 2021 fiscal year in roughly two weeks, our schools can be funded, our residents and communities can be protected, and our state can move forward,” the governor said at a briefing in Trenton.

NJ jobless claims fall for second consecutive week

“The virus is still out there, people are still hesitant to return to their normal,” said Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations economist Michael Merrill. “At some point the return to work is going to top out, and we’re going to be stuck there until we can figure out how” to take control of the virus.

Read the full story

Delayed filing date inflates state tax revenues in July

Income tax came in at $3.4 billion, a 254 percent increase from the $948 million the state took in last year. Corporate business tax collections came in at $589 million, a 231 percent increase from the $177 million the state saw last July.

Triple helping of help (access required)

Amid COVID-19 closures, Skopos Hospitality turned one of its empty restaurants into an opportunity to serve the community with the three-pronged Feeding Newark Initiative.

1Huddle, NJ Reentry Corp. partner to prep formerly incarcerated for workforce (access required)

The Newark-based tech company creates customized mobile games to help NJRC members prepare for job interviews, and build the skills necessary to be successful in specific positions.

Murphy welcomes ruling on bonds; critics warn against new debt (access required)

“This means that when I present my new budget for the 2021 fiscal year in roughly two weeks, our schools can be funded, our residents and communities can be protected, and our state can move forward,” the governor said at a briefing in Trenton.

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