But you shouldn’t be surprised if potential employers delve into another aspect of your personal life — your financial history — and turn you down if they don’t like what they see.
That’s why job seekers should know their rights when companies start to scrutinize their credit reports and. . . Read More.
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But annual wages increased slower here than in the rest of the country — residents gained an extra $429 per year, compared to the national average of $627.
Service-related industries dominate the state, employing nearly nine out of 10 New Jersey workers, while the manufacturing industry has experienced a long-term decline. By sector, education and health services gained the most employees, followed by professional services and the trade, transportation and utilities sector.
But what specific industries had the most growth? NJ Advance Media compared private industry data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to learn what industries gained the most employees from 2015 to 2016. Read More.
Step 1 in the Ready To Work NJ Program – Job Readiness Workshops!
Improve your chances of getting a new job and complete the first step after registering (and being accepted) by taking advantage of the Ready To Work NJ 2 Day Workshop! These 2 day workshops help with resume & cover letter writing, interviewing techniques, networking & social media tips.
Upcoming workshops are scheduled at:
- Brookdale CC – Sept. 15 & 16 – Contact John Radvany
- Essex CC – Sept. 19 & 21 – Contact Monica Rock
- Middlesex CC – Sept. 20 & 21 – Contact John Radvany
- County College of Morris – Sept 20 & 28 – Contact Jaci Teune
Candidates may also receive a phone call from the participating Colleges. Note: if email link doesn’t work, please use the first initial last name @ njworkforce.org to send an email.