South Jersey Residents Can Search for Job Opportunities With Help From Their Representatives
LAUREL SPRINGS — The 4th District Legislative team of Senator Fred Madden, Assemblyman Paul Moriarty and Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera announce that their district offices will provide residents with a direct connection to the Department of Labor’s website to aid in their search for jobs.
“Getting New Jersey back to work has been, and will continue to be, one of my most important priorities,” said Senate Labor Chairman Madden. “I have heard and have seen firsthand the struggles residents have as they seek out employment. The Jobs4Jersey website will assist those in search of work.”
Jobs4Jersey.com is a website designed to help guide people to some of New Jersey’s best online tools for finding work, finding skilled employees and connecting to the many programs established to aid businesses and workers.
“We meet with residents in our office everyday who are struggling to support themselves and their families,” said Assemblyman Paul Moriarty. “For job-seekers, having the use of a dedicated computer to access the New Jersey Department of Labor’s job listings is critical.”
Staff members will be available in their district offices to assist job seekers.
“As Legislators we are obligated to assure we provide all resources available to put South Jersey back to work” said Mosquera. “Accessing job opportunities posted on the Department of Labor’s website is giving our residents a start in the right direction.”
Residents who would like to schedule their search of the Department of Labor’s website for job opportunities can contact David Spector in our Laurel Springs office (856) 401-3073 located at 1379 Chews Landing Rd., Laurel Springs, NJ or Jean Atger in our Washington Township office (856) 232-6700 located at 129 Johnson Rd. Turnersville, NJ.