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New Jersey offers money for job training


Wed Sep 16 2009


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

unemployment benefits will receive up to $2,400 for


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


of its kind in the nation.

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