Using a random national sample of part-time workers across the country, new research from Rutgers University found many are struggling financially and want access to benefits that can make their lives easier now and down the road.
There is good news in the battle against homelessness in the Garden State. The number of people without a place to live has dropped almost 14 percent since last year, according to the latest "snapshot" count.
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