Sure, N.J. pays well compared with other states, but when you factor in the cost of living#8230
Rasmussen College has created a new salary-comparison tool that factors in cost of living, adjusting a particular profession's wage to reflect the state where the job is done.
Newark Airport lives down to its reputation for delays, analysis shows
Among the nation's busiest airports, there are inevitably delays, especially during the holiday travel season. And with Thanksgiving and Christmas 2014 right around the corner (believe it or not), the New York and New Jersey airports found themselves under the microscope as part of a NerdWallet analysis of winter travel delays and cancellations.
Summit Medical Group will develop cancer center with MD Anderson
The Summit Medical Group and Houston-based MD Anderson Cancer Center have signed a letter of intent to develop a joint, outpatient cancer center as an extension of MD Anderson's partnership with Cooper University Health Care. The center would provide an integrated, multidisciplinary approach to oncology care in northern New Jersey.
Turnpike lane opening delayed until Sunday due to weather
Drivers expecting to see the full benefit of the New Jersey Turnpike widening project completion this weekend will have to wait until Sunday.
Former casinos could be home to new Stockton campus
One of two shuttered Atlantic City casinos could become the home of a new campus for Richard Stockton College.
Advocates call for changes to out-of-network medical billing at Trenton hearing
Health care stakeholders testified Thursday during a second hearing in Trenton on the contentious issue of unusually high “out-of-network” medical bills that can perform major surgery on a consumer's wallet.
Voice messaging and media company launches social, sports apps in Africa
Kirusa — a New Jersey-based leader in voice messaging and social media mobile apps in emerging markets — announced Wednesday its launch of Celeb Connect and Sports Connect services in the Ivory Coast.
Booker, Pascrell talk with advocacy groups about bill that would provide training for in-home caregivers
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-Passaic) this week met with advocates for in-home caregivers to discuss their proposed law that would provide training for unpaid caregivers who care for family members at home.
Federal government joins quality-over-quantity health care movement with 840M grant program
The federal government Thursday announced a four-year, $840 million initiative to fund programs that work with doctors to help them “rethink and redesign their practices” in ways that move away from systems driven by the quantity of care delivered, and toward one focused on providing coordinated care that improves the patients'...
Judge upholds OSHA citations at company’s West Caldwell location
A judge's ruling supports the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration's citing and fining a Massachusetts company over hazards at its West Caldwell facility that included bloodborne pathogens and lead, OSHA said Thursday.
Report 253M bond offering means upgrades to A.C.’s Boardwalk Hall, convention center
A $253.3 million bond offering will mean more than $100 million in upgrades for Boardwalk Hall and the Atlantic City Convention Center, according to a published report.
State transportation chief Gas tax hike may be necessary
New Jersey Transportation Commissioner Jamie Fox, in his first public appearance since confirmation, made it clear that a tax hike would remain on the table in discussions to address transportation funding.