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New Jersey adds nearly 6K jobs in November, ADP says

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December 7, 2016 01:48 PM

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Logistics firm signs lease for 343K sq.ft. off of Interchange 8A

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Wakefern promotes exec to EVP

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Dose dispensing systems company names new president

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Horizon names former VNA of N.J. head to new VP role

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Inspira, DaVita launching dialysis service in Cumberland County

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Samaritan opens $15M Voorhees facility

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Even as one of the smallest states, New Jersey has a lot to offer— a state school system consistently ranks among the very best in the entire nation, an educated workforce, solid infrastructure, receptive business climate, a central location, a temperate climate, ocean surf and mountain crests, vibrant art and culture, to name a few. All combine to make NJ a great place to work, live and play.

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Even as one of the smallest states, New Jersey has a lot to offer— a state school system consistently ranks among the very best in the entire nation, an educated workforce, solid infrastructure, receptive business climate, a central location, a temperate climate, ocean surf and mountain crests, vibrant art and culture, to name a few. All combine to make NJ a great place to work, live and play.

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