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New Jersey offers money for job training

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Wed Sep 16 2009

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(From The Star-Ledger) New Jersey businesses that hire workers who have run out of

unemployment benefits will receive up to $2,400 for

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on-the-job training, Gov. Jon Corzine said yesterday.

The state Department of Labor and Workforce Development will

spend up to $8 million from discretionary federal funds to

pay for the incentives, which are expected to help 3,000 to

4,000 people find jobs. Corzine said it is the first program

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of its kind in the nation.

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