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An Accountemps survey finds that 'job-hopping' is more acceptable by younger people. (AdamGregor, ThinkStock)
An Accountemps survey finds that 'job-hopping' is more acceptable by younger people. (AdamGregor, ThinkStock)
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‘Job-Hopping’ More Accepted by Younger Workers

A new Accountemps survey finds younger workers are more amenable to job-hopping every few years, due in part to the fact that almost 5 million new jobs have been added to the economy.  

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If you plan to surrender your pet, look to animal rescues before sites such as Craigslist. (damedeeso, ThinkStock)
If you plan to surrender your pet, look to animal rescues before sites such as Craigslist. (damedeeso, ThinkStock)
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Avoid Craigslist when surrendering your pet

Whether you have to move to a home that does not allow animals or you can no longer afford to properly care for your pet, Craigslist is not the way to go if you need to surrender your beloved friend.

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Child vaccinations
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Childhood immunization rates in New Jersey top 95 percent

Despite resistance by some parents to immunizations for measles and other childhood diseases, more than 95 percent of New Jersey school children have received such vaccinations, the state's chief health officer says.

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Jersey Shore Rescue Mission, Asbury Park
Jersey Shore Rescue Mission, Asbury Park (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media NJ)
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New Jersey shelters welcome homeless in the cold

The worst of Mother Nature has brought out the best of organizations across the state, providing warm meals and a place to sleep for people who have no place else to go.

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Gov. Chris Christie
Gov. Chris Christie (Bryan Thomas, Getty Images)
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Chris Christie not the first NJ governor to flirt with presidency

Gov. Chris Christie is the first New Jersey governor since Woodrow Wilson to be seriously considered as a potential presidential candidate, but Garden State chief executives almost always get a little presidential buzz at some point, according to two political experts.

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Premium Hikes in Home Insurance Spurs New Jersey Legislation

Depending on the size of the problem, you may see your home insurance premium spike significantly after a single claim, according to a new report. In response, a state lawmaker has introduced legislation to prohibit this from happening.

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Drug addict
ST. JOHNSBURY, VT - FEBRUARY 06: Drugs are prepared to shoot intravenously by a user addicted to heroin on February 6, 2014 in St. Johnsbury Vermont. (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
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Heroin Addiction Information Would be Expanded Under Proposed Legislation

Health experts have said drug addiction, particularly heroin addiction, is an epidemic in New Jersey's cities, suburbs and rural areas. To help address the crisis, Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini (R-Ocean) has introduced a bill that would require the state's substance abuse treatment facilities to post information about their services on county and state websites.

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Cold and Snow Forecast 2/16
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Winter’s wrath continues: arctic cold and more snow today

With morning low temperatures near 0° and highs only in the teens, President’s Day will be another frigid day, with a chance for significant snowfall tonight.

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Snow and roses? Were you dreaming of a white Valentine’s Day?

The combination of cold temperatures and an incoming clipper system will lead to accumulating snow and other nasty wintry weather for most of New Jersey this Valentine's Day afternoon and evening.

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Extreme cold is here, snowy Valentine’s Day possible

An arctic air mass has settled on top of New Jersey, plunging temperatures and wind chills to dangerous levels through the holiday weekend.

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Heroin (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
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Working to stop the heroin epidemic in its tracks

In the fifth and final installment of our week-long series on New Jersey’s heroin epidemic, we look at a wide spectrum of efforts that are underway to stop kids from getting addicted to opiate drugs.

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4th grade teacher taking PARCC
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Parents and teachers find the PARCC test challenging

Do you think you could pass the controversial Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) test? More than 200 parents and teachers gathered at Middlesex County College Thursday evening to find out. 

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