New Jersey Unemployment Benefits
The wages you earned during the base period will determine the weekly benefits amount you may receive.
Alternative Base Periods
If in the event, you don’t qualify for UI benefits through the regular base period calculation, you will automatically be considered for alternative base period calculations. The state of New Jersey is perhaps one of the few states to have two alternative methods instead of one.
The first alternative base period method includes wages earned in the last four completed calendar quarters before the date of your claim. The second alternative base period calculation considers the last three quarters before the date of the claim along with the weeks in the current filing quarters up to your first date of claim.
Find out more about eligibility requirements
The reason for separating from your previous organization will play a major role in determining your eligibility factor for UI benefits. As per the DLWD, only people who have lost their jobs for no fault of their own will be eligible for unemployment benefits.
If your reason for leaving the previous organization is not due to the lack of/shortage of work, a claims examiner will set up a fact-finding interview by either phone or email to find out if you are eligible for Unemployment Insurance benefits.
In order to qualify for the New Jersey unemployment benefits, you must satisfy the below conditions:
- You must not have lost your job due to your fault
- You must not have quit the job voluntarily, without any work-related reasons
- You were not fired from your previous organization due to misconduct
- You were not involved in any illegal or unethical activities in your previous organization
The claims examiner will contact your employer to verify your claims. If the reason given by you doesn’t match with that of your employer, you may cease to be eligible for unemployment benefits.
Eligibility requirements – overview
There are some additional eligibility criteria that you must fulfill once you start receiving UI benefits. You must maintain their eligibility throughout your benefits period to receive benefits without any stoppages.
In order to receive benefits every week without any stoppage, you must fulfill the following requirements:
- You must be mentally and physically able to work throughout the base period
- You should actively be seeking new employment opportunities. You are expected to submit a job search report every week, detailing about all the employers You met in the week seeking for a job
- You are expected to be available for work at all times during the benefits period
- You must not reject any suitable job offers made during the benefits period
- You must keep up with all the appointments with the DLWD. Missing ay appointments might lead to the stoppage of weekly benefits
To summarize, You must be on a look-out for a new job opportunity and must accept a suitable offer. You must also fulfill all the meetings, interviews, or training obligations with the DLWD. If you don’t meet any of these requirements, the DLWD may stop your weekly benefits.
Find out on job search requirements
How To Apply For UI Benefits in New Jersey?
To apply for UI benefits in NJ, applicants must carry the following documents:
You can apply for benefits through an online portal or by placing a telephone call to DLWD.
Submitting applications through the online portal is one of the most convenient options in NJ. Follow the steps given below to know how to apply online:
- Create an account in theDLWD online portal page and complete your account registration
- Once you complete setting up your account and log in to your account, you will have access to the ‘Unemployment Insurance Dashboard’. The dashboard will assist you in submitting a new application or to submit your weekly application
To submit your applications through a phone call, you could call the following numbers:
- North New Jersey: 201-601-4100
- Central New Jersey: 732-761-2020
- South New Jersey: 856-507-2340
- Out-of-state claims: 888-795-6672 (you must call from a phone with out-of-state area code)
- New Jersey Relay: 711
How To File Weekly Claims
You will file your first claim on a Sunday, and the first time you claim benefits will be on a Wednesday, which will be 17 days after your date of claim.
You must follow the below-mentioned steps to file your weekly benefits:
- Log into your account
- You must certify for benefits, wherein you will submit your weekly job search report and other documents that would attest your qualification for the benefits
- You are required to create a PIN if you are certifying for benefits for the first time
- Receive an email confirmation of filing a claim in the given week
Learn how to claim weekly benefits
UI Benefits Amount
Use the Unemployment Insurance Benefits Calculator to find out the approximate UI Benefits amount that you may receive in the state of New Jersey.
Know more about the Benefits Calculator
Things To Know After Filing An Application
You must be aware of certain important information such as overpayments and fraud to make sure that there are no hindrances in the benefits period. Also, having sufficient information about training programs will help you in improving their competence in the job market.
Overpayments And Fraud
As per the DLWD, the overpayment occurs when you receive UI benefits to which you were entitled. In such a scenario, you are expected to return the excessive amount you received back to the DLWD.
The department will send you a notice as soon as they identify an overpayment. The notice will contain the reason why the DLWD considers any payment made as an overpayment. It will also mention the total amount that is considered an overpayment, and about your right to appeal against the decision of the department if you do not agree with the decision.
If the overpayment is justified by the court, you are expected to make the payment to DLWD. To make the payment, you can use the ‘E-Payment Service for Benefit Overpayment’ website launched by the DLWD.
To use this e-payment service, you will need the following documents:
- Claimant ID number
- Your social security number
- A valid credit card or a bank account
If you have a balance that is yet to be paid, it may be submitted to the Treasury Offset Program (TOP) of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Your unpaid debt records are submitted to the IRS to collect any federal payments to offset the outstanding debts. This method will only be employed if all other attempts failed and that the DLWD is left with no other option to recover the outstanding debt.
In the event, if you received overpayments by wilfully withholding important information, or by lying, forging or manipulating important information, it will be considered as fraud. The DLWD takes matters of fraud very seriously and if proven guilty of fraud, you will be made to face grave consequences.
To identify fraud, the DLWD conducts a random audit to investigate your payroll records, eligibility status, job-search reports, etc., among other details. You may also be called for an interview if your case gets picked for a spot check.
Note that the DLWD will consider that you are committing fraud if you indulge the following activities:
- You knowingly fail to report all your earnings or you report false data with the hope of receiving more UI benefits
- You fail to provide the correct reason for your unemployment
- You submit fake documents to the DLWD
- You fail to report to DLWD that you have returned to work
- Someone else other than yourself certifies for UI benefits on your behalf, with your approval
- You take up somebody else’s identity to file for UI benefits
- You hide/lie about any facts that would make you ineligible for unemployment benefits in New Jersey
If it is found that you are indulging in fraudulent activities, the consequences you face will be as follows:
- You will face criminal prosecution and imprisonment
- You will have to pay fines and penalties
- Your state or federal income tax refunds may be submitted to satisfy the money you owe to DLWD
- You could be denied unemployment benefits in the future
The state offers benefits extension only when the unemployment rate is high. Contact your local unemployment office to find out about the reemployment programs offered in NJ before you complete your benefits period.
Job Training Assistance
The state of New Jersey provides ample opportunities for job seekers to improve their skills or to learn a new one to improve their competency in the job market. The state offers various training programs in this respect and some of the most sought-after training programs in the state are:
Trade Adjudgement Assistance (TAA): This is a federal program that is intended to help you if you have lost your jobs due to foreign trade. That is, you lost your job due to any reason that is related to international trade. The TAA program is designed to give you an opportunity to acquire the skills and support required to become reemployed.
Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA): The WIOA program along with the New Jersey Opportunity Partnership Program offers to cover your cost of training. Both programs offer to cover a part of all the training cost, provided if the training takes place in New Jersey.
Workforce Development Partnership (WDP): Under this program, qualified unemployed job-seekers may get an extra 26 weeks of benefits to complete approved training programs that extend beyond the regular unemployment period. You are required to get approval from an employment counselor to enroll for WDP.
You must inform DWLD that they are interested in training within 60 days of the last day worked, 30 days from the time the DWLD informs of the ABT program, or 30 days from the time you and your counselors make an employability plan, whichever date is last.
Self-enrolled training: In order to be able to collect benefits while attending a training program, you must make sure that the training program is approved by the DLWD.
The DLWD will approve the training program that you want to self-enroll to if the following conditions are met:
- The training must be for ‘labor demand occupation’ which will enhance your skills and the chances of earning a better wage
- The training could be either vocational or remedial or a combination of both
- The training program must be full-time. If a part-time program is chosen, the applicants must be available and be actively seeking for work
- The training center must meet all the state and local requirements
Note that the approved training cannot be on-the-job training or any other training program provided by an employer where you are also paid wages.
Know more about job training opportunities in New Jersey
File Your Weekly Claim
For an Unemployment Benefit Payment
A weekly claim is what you file for a certain calendar week when you want to receive an unemployment benefit payment for that week.
You can only file a weekly claim if you've already applied for benefits.
Before you file your weekly claim, please review Part 3 in the Handbook for Claimants.
NOTE: If you are receiving unemployment benefits, you may also qualify for Energy Assistance and receive help paying your utility bill. Unemployment is not counted as income when applying for Energy Assistance. More information available online at http://homeenergyplus.wi.gov or call 1-866-HEATWIS (432-8947).
If you have additional questions, please review our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
If you have questions that cannot be answered by the Handbook for Claimants or our FAQ page, please call us at (414) 435-7069 during business hours.
Over 30,000 people try to file their weekly claim on Sundays from 9AM-10AM. To keep our system healthy and performing optimally, file later in the day or Monday through Friday. Remember, you have up to 14 days to file your weekly claim.
File Your Weekly Claim Here
Log onto my.unemployment.wisconsin.gov
Hours of Operation: Online services are available at the following times to file a weekly claim:
|Sunday||9:00 AM - Midnight|
|Monday – Friday||Available 24 Hours|
|Saturday||Midnight - 3:00 PM|
The Labor Department claimed it would be a seamless transition for claimants switching to the Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) program when the state triggered off of High Extended Benefits.
But John Flynn was one of the people the Labor Department’s programming mistakenly excluded from the transition, and he was unable to certify as his claim showed up expired. After a week, the department said the issue had been resolved and claimants should continue certifying during open hours.
And while he’s been able to certify, Flynn hasn’t gotten his money in over two weeks. When he opens his claim, which is “unpayable,” it states in red letters that no action is needed on his behalf.
“I hope I get backpay, but it’s more about the not knowing how long this will go,” said Flynn, a writer for an ad agency who was laid off in March 2020. “I’m stuck in this ‘claim not payable’ loop until I’m not sure when.”
The Labor Department “believes all of these claimants (that had been missed) can again certify for benefits without issues,” according to spokeswoman Angela Delli-Santi.
The state no longer qualified for High Extended Benefits once the unemployment rate average below 8% for three months. The Labor Department said it would automatically transition those people to PEUC, which was extended through Sept. 4 under the American Rescue Plan, and claimants wouldn’t have to do anything.
She would not say how many people continue to be affected by the programming problem, but said that whenever the volume of claimants that New Jersey has needs to transition to a new program, it’s possible the programming fails to capture everyone.
New Jersey claimants are no stranger to the technological hurdles in claiming unemployment benefits. Earlier this year, 75,000 unemployed workers went weeks without benefits due to a lapse in benefits and lag in creating new programs. And since the coronavirus pandemic began, the Labor Department has been flooded with unprecedented amount of claims which led to a backlog that still exists. Some people reported waiting more than a year for benefits.
Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo maintains the 54 independently functioning unemployment systems are to blame, and the constant changing of programs and guidelines due to federal mandates, he said during budget hearings.
Flynn argued it’s not just the fact that he’s gotten no money — he’s gotten no communication from the state Labor Department on what’s going on with his claim, especially after 14 months of the pandemic. He hasn’t received an email from the department since he first filed his claim at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, and when it wasn’t payable for the first three weeks.
“If they say it’s a small subset of people, that means it should be easier to communicate with us,” he said. “I was hoping by the end of this week there would be a more specific statement about the specific problems, but they didn’t say anything about our payments being delayed.”
He said it’s frustrating to not be able to call the call centers, where the Asaro-Angelo says the staff has been tripled since the pandemic began. Flynn also reached out to his U.S. senator, state senator, and assemblyman.
“It would be easier if they just came out and said it would be six to eight weeks and people can try to plan knowing there’s at least a light at the end of the tunnel,” Flynn said, adding he wants some clarity.
Delli-Santi said the department is “very sorry” when this occurs and that staff tries to resolve the situation as quickly as possible.
“We know claimants rely on these benefits to replace part of their income, and we strive to be as responsive as possible to all our claimants’ needs,” she added.
The Labor Department also updated the claim status page Monday to show what benefit people are receiving and the remaining balance to help claimant understand where they are in the process, Delli-Santi said.
Adam Kaufman, an in-house personal trainer who stopped working at the beginning of the pandemic, echoed that he’s received very little information about what’s affecting his claim, which suddenly stopped April 10.
Kaufman receives Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), so he shouldn’t have been affected by the High Extended Benefits switch. But the timing lines up, he pointed out, and he had the same issue that his claim came up as expired.
“It leaves me very uncertain about what happens now. And because I haven’t filed the claim, I don’t know if my claim lapses and what will happen,” he said. “It makes me anxious because I really don’t know what’s happening.”
When he tries to call the unemployment office for more information, the recording says PUA claimants can’t be helped by the unemployment agents. He filled out a form on the NJ.gov website but received an automated response without any information about how to fix his claim.
He suggested the Labor Department should communicate better with claimants on their Twitter feed, which tweets out the weekly unemployment numbers. Each tweet has dozens of replies from claimants whose payments suddenly ceased.
While Kaufman has some money saved up for bills, it won’t last longer than three or four weeks.
“The most important thing from my point of view is to provide us with information. We need answers. They don’t know the anxiety surrounding all this, and I have no choice but to sit here in this weird limbo,” he said.
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NJ unemployment: Problem certifying for benefits last week? Your issue may have been fixed
Certain New Jersey workers trying to claim their unemployment benefits last week instead encountered an error message: "The remaining balance on your unemployment claim is zero. No unemployment benefits are available for you at this time."
These claimants, who had collected more than 13 weeks of "extended benefits" and tried to claim during a certain time window last week, should now be able to certify for benefits this Friday during their given time slot, according to the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
"They should not experience an issue going forward," said agency spokesperson Angela Delli Santi. Those affected should expect an email from the Department of Labor explaining what happened, Delli Santi said.
The error was triggered for some workers who hit a 14th week of "extended benefits," a category of jobless benefits that offer New Jerseyans additional weeks of their unemployment payments.
Story continues below picture of error message:
The number of extended benefit weeks depends on the unemployment rate in the state. New Jersey hit a "high" threshold earlier in the pandemic with a three-month average of 8% or higher, so it could offer a total of 20 weeks of benefits. But since the three-month unemployment rate average lowered to 7.7%, the total extended benefits offered is 13 weeks as of April 17.
The state Department of Labor needed to shift the workers who hit that threshold to another program, the federal Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation. Claimants should receive the same weekly rate under the federal program.
Under the stimulus American Rescue Plan signed in March, the PEUC program gives claimants up to 49 weeks of additional benefits through Sept. 4 for those who exhausted 26 weeks of regular state unemployment payments.
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Workers who lost hours or jobs have struggled to receive benefits or faced delays because of technological issues during the pandemic. The Department of Labor had to handle an unprecedented number of unemployment claims while also implementing a patchwork of new federal programs allowing workers benefits who previously weren't eligible.
New Jersey Labor Commissioner Rob Asaro-Angelo has repeatedly placed the majority of blame on the federal government, saying only a federal overhaul would prevent these issues from happening in the future.
"This is more evidence that the constant shifting of federal programs adversely affects claimants across the country and needs to be reformed," Delli Santi said.
Ashley Balcerzak is a reporter in the New Jersey Statehouse. For unlimited access to her work covering New Jersey’s Legislature and political power structure, please subscribe or activate your digital account today.
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Official Site of The State of New Jersey
INFORMATION FOR JOBSEEKERS: Visit CareerServices.nj.gov to learn more about the resources and trainings that are available to get you started on your next career opportunity. This includes access to more than 5,000 free online courses, our Job Source search tool, and one-on-one virtual support.
CERTIFICATION SCHEDULE:Check the schedule to find the correct time slot to certify for benefits based on your Social Security Number (SSN).
FEDERAL EXTENDED UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS EXPIRED ON SEPTEMBER 4, 2021: Please note that you will still be able to receive benefits for weeks prior to September 4, if you are found eligible for a claim filed before September 4, 2021. Any funds that appear as remaining in your unemployment account related to these federal programs will not be available for certification or payment for weeks of unemployment ending after September 4, 2021. Learn more about state extended unemployment benefits here.
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Official Site of The State of New Jersey
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 4, 2021
TRENTON – New unemployment claims declined slightly last week, to 10,384* – their lowest level in 52 weeks – as the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development continued its historic pace of providing unemployment benefits to residents in need, with $23.8 billion distributed in the year since COVID-19 took hold.
For the week ending Feb. 27, New Jersey recorded 392 fewer new unemployment filings compared with the prior week, a 3.5 percent decrease, the third straight week of declines.
However, the Department has seen 2,034,337** new jobless claims in the past year, a number that far eclipses any other period. With hundreds of thousands of claimants reaching the end of their benefit year between now and the end of April, the Labor Department announced good news this week for these claimants: They will not have to file a new claim for their benefits to continue.
The Department has developed programming to review these claims on a large scale as required by federal law, without the claimant having to take action. In fact, existing claimants are urged not to file a new claim, as doing so will delay their benefits. Once the review is complete, they will receive confirmation their certification was successful when they claim their weekly benefits.
“Our goal is to make this a seamless transition for the majority of claimants,” said Labor Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo. “We have been preparing for this eventuality for months, knowing that the tsunami of claims we witnessed last Spring would expire en masse beginning in mid-March.”
The Department also plans to process a new batch of FEMA Lost Wages Assistance payments for claimants who have become eligible for this federal benefit retroactively since the last time the payments were processed. Eligible claimants can expect to receive separate payments in their direct deposit accounts or debit cards early next week.
Finally, the Department continues to urge Congress to pass expanded unemployment benefits before March 13, when the current pandemic unemployment benefits run out, so there is no lapse in benefits for claimants who are depending on this temporary income replacement.
Here are the week-by-week totals of new unemployment claims:
Here is the breakdown of weekly benefits payments to eligible New Jersey workers:
PUA and PEUC were authorized by Congress under the CARES Act through Dec. 26, 2020, then extended under the Continued Assistance to Unemployed Workers Act through March 13. The maximum eligibility for PUA is now 57 weeks. PEUC now provides up to 24 weeks of additional benefits to those who exhaust 26 weeks of state unemployment. Extended benefits (EB) adds a final 20 weeks of benefits. The renewed FPUC benefit is a $300/week unemployment supplement for anyone collecting unemployment in any amount; the original program, which provided $600/week in supplemental benefits, expired in July. Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) was funded by FEMA and provided six weeks of supplemental benefits to people unemployed Aug. 1 through Sept. 5, 2020 due to COVID.
For more information on state or federal unemployment programs, visit myunemployment.nj.gov.
Visit New Jersey’s jobs portal here: jobs.covid19.nj.gov.
For national unemployment data, visit https://www.dol.gov/ui/data.pdf. For archived NJ claims data, visit https://oui.doleta.gov/unemploy/DataDashboard.asp.
*This represents the final number for the week ending Feb. 27. The number listed for New Jersey by the US Department of Labor – 9,212 – is based on advanced reporting.
**This number includes 235,348 claims that have been reopened by residents who returned to unemployment after a period of employment within a calendar year, as well as claims that later turned out to be fraudulent.
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New Jersey Unemployment
New Jersey Unemployment Insurance Benefits
Unemployment insurance in New Jersey provides temporary financial support for New Jersey workers who lose employment through no fault of their own.
Administered by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, funding for unemployment insurance benefits comes from a payroll tax paid by employers. Jobless benefits partially replace income to help unemployed workers while they look for new work.
New Jersey Unemployment Services
Am I Eligible for Unemployment Benefits in New Jersey?
To qualify for unemployment assistance in New Jersey, you must meet all applicable eligibility requirements as defined by New Jersey Unemployment Compensation Law. Those requirements include the following:
- The claimant is unemployed through no fault of his or her own
- The claimant is able and willing to accept suitable work when it’s offered
- The claimant shows documented sufficient recent earnings that meet the minimum required by New Jersey law
- The claimant worked in New Jersey during the past 12 months
- The claimant is actively seeking work during each week a UI benefit check is collected
No determination of eligibility can be made until you apply, so if you think you meet the criteria outlined above, submit your UI benefits application as soon as you become unemployed.
Benefit Payments and Duration
|Base Period||First 4 of the last 5 completed quarters|
|Alt Base Period||Last 4 completed quarters|
|Duration of Benefits||Weekly Payment||Maximum Benefits Amount (1 year)|
How Do I Apply for Unemployment Benefits in New Jersey?
The easiest and fastest way to submit your new unemployment claim is online. Once you’ve created an account, you can log in to file your initial claim, to check the status of your unemployment claim. You can also submit your weekly UI benefits claims throughout the time that you collect benefits.
If you’re unable to submit your initial unemployment claim online, customer service agents at the numbers below are available to accept your unemployment compensation benefits claim over the phone:
- North New Jersey: 201-601-4100
- Central New Jersey: 732-761-2020
- South New Jersey: 856-507-2340
- Out-of-state claims: 888-795-6672
Please note that submitting your initial claim by phone may include substantial wait times.
Managing Your New Jersey Unemployment Benefits
To receive benefits each week, you must certify that you are able to work, are actively seeking work, and will accept work if and when it is offered.
Each week, you will submit weekly certification using the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s weekly certification form. With this form, you will answer questions about whether you remain eligible for your weekly benefit, based on your work search and employment activity from the prior week. You must submit your weekly certification form in order to collect benefits for the previous week – failure to do so can mean a delay in receiving your benefit payment.
How Do I Appeal a Decision?
If you are unhappy with the decision about your claim, you may submit a written appeal once your initial determination is received. This appeal should be submitted within seven calendar days after your notice is received or within 10 calendar days of the mailing date marked on your determination notice.
The fastest and easiest way to file your appeal is by using New Jersey’s online appeal form.
You also may mail a statement of appeal to the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development. This statement must include your name, Social Security number, telephone number, and address. In addition, the statement should clearly outline your reasons for disputing the determination. The mailing address is as follows:
New Jersey Department of Labor
PO Box 907
Trenton, NJ 08625-0907
How Do I Report Fraud?
UI benefits provide a financial safety net for New Jersey residents and their families, and the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development takes seriously any attempt to divert those benefits from the people who need them most.
If you suspect someone of unemployment benefits fraud, you are strongly encouraged to report it using any of the contact methods listed below.
- Phone: 609-777-4304
- Fax: 609-292-5593
- Mail: Benefit Payment Control, PO Box 043, Trenton NJ 08625
- Online: Make your report anonymously using New Jersey’s online form.
New Jersey Unemployment Office Locations
|Camden County Unemployment Office||101 Woodcrest Road Suite 127|
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
|Essex County One Stop Center||50 S Clinton Street 2nd Floor|
East Orange, NJ 07018-3120
|Monmouth County Unemployment Office||17 Christopher Way|
Eatontown, NJ 07724-1879
|Union County Unemployment Office - Elizabeth||921 Elizabeth Avenue|
Elizabeth, NJ 07201
|Hunterdon County Unemployment Office||6 Gauntt Place|
Flemington, NJ 08822
|Bergen Unemployment Office||60 State Street|
Hackensack, NJ 07601-5427
|Jersey City Unemployment Office||438 Summit Avenue 1st Floor|
Jersey City, NJ 07306-3175
|Morris County Unemployment Office||1 Medical Drive Suite 100|
Morris Plains, NJ 07950
|Monmouth County Unemployment Office||60 Taylor Avenue|
Neptune, NJ 07753-4844
|New Brunswick Unemployment Office||550 Jersey Avenue|
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
|Newark Unemployment Office||990 Broad Street|
Newark, NJ 07102
|Sussex County Unemployment Office||9 Hampton House Rd Route 206 N|
Newton, NJ 07860-1818
|Passaic County Unemployment Office||25 Howe Avenue|
Passaic, NJ 07055-4007
|Passaic County Unemployment Office||200 Memorial Drive|
Paterson, NJ 07505
|Middlesex County Unemployment Office||161 New Brunswick Avenue|
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
|Warren County Unemployment Office||445 Marshall Street|
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
|Union County One Stop Career - Plainfield||200 West 2nd Street|
Plainfield, NJ 07060-1218
|Atlantic County Unemployment Office||2 South Main Street|
Pleasantville, NJ 08232
|Morris County Unemployment Office||13 Emery Ave|
Randolph, NJ 07869
|Cape May County Unemployment Office||3801 Rt. 9 South Unit # 3|
Rio Grande, NJ 08242
|Salem County Unemployment Office||174 East Broadway|
Salem, NJ 08079
|Greater Raritan Unemployment Office||75 Veterans Memorial Drive East|
Somerville, NJ 08876-2950
|American Job Center Gloucester County||215 Crown Point Road Suite 200|
Thorofare, NJ 08086
|Ocean County Unemployment Office||1027 Hooper Avenue #6|
Toms River, NJ 08753
|Mercer County Unemployment Office||26 Yard Avenue Station Plaza 4|
Trenton, NJ 08625
|Hudson County Unemployment Office||530 48th Street|
Union City, NJ 07087
|Cumberland County Unemployment Office||3322 College Drive|
Cumberland County College
Vineland, NJ 08360
|Burlington County Unemployment Office||795 Woodlane Road|
Westampton, NJ 08060