Rising personal income coupled with low inflation will help increase consumers' buying power and contribute to New Jersey's strengthening economy.
R/ECON will provide short- and long-range looks at New Jersey's economy as well as discuss current and future housing market conditions.
The closing of Atlantic City casinos will cost New Jersey 11,000 direct jobs this year.
A sluggish recovery will prevent the state’s employment base from returning to its peak level until early 2018.
Rutgers conference will analyze the state's distribution and supply chain activity, data centers and multifamily housing market.
The U.S. will match its pre-recession employment peak in mid-2014, three years earlier than New Jersey.
While showing modest improvement, New Jersey's economy is not keeping up with national gains.