He announced this week that job Growth Numbers in NJ were Encouraging To Business.
The latest data marks the state’s largest single monthly employment gain since job numbers were tracked starting in 1990.
I guess David Rible never heard of hiring for the holiday season. Many of those jobs gained were in retail and will be lost once again in January.There were 18,900 jobs added to New Jersey in the first 11 months of 2012, and 30,900 in December. Many jobs were also added because of Hurricane Sandy, not in spite of it.
The job market is far from positive in New Jersey, and the outlook for small businesses is not as cheerfull as Rible is.
After all, we can't all retire at 31 and collect a 54 thousand dollar pension, get a private sector job, and a salary as an assemblyman, and do nothing more than tell us how great everything is.
Rible should stop running marathons on the taxpayers dime and not give misleading speeches on how great the economy is for small businesses.