Moving Long Distance - New Jersey
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With a big sister like New York NJ makes it in her own way with a world-famous shoreline that has been featured in countless television shows and movies with a music scene that has produced such worldwide hit-makers as Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi, New Jersey manages to take the best influences of its neighbors, New York and Philadelphia, and add them to its own diverse blend of culture and has the most diners in the world and is often referred to as the “Diner Capital of the World.” . Same NY vibes in half the cost with young vibrating population it's a sure choice for a good living and it's a second away from the great buzz of NYC. And did we mention that New Jersey has the most shopping malls in one area in the world, with 7 malls in a 25 square mile radius.
Industries: The main contributor to New Jersey’s state economy is the pharmaceutical industry. New Jersey has long since been a major player in the world of pharmaceuticals with the U.S. headquarters for several major pharmaceutical companies being located in the state, such as Johnson & Johnson, Novo Nordisk, Sanofi-Aventis, Novartis, Pfizer, Merck, Hoffman-LaRoche and Bristol Myers Squibb. New Jersey also has a strong telecom presence with companies such as Verizon, AT&T, and Alcatel-Lucent Technologies calling New Jersey their home. New Jersey is the home to a total of 24 Fortune 500 companies, and nine of the state’s counties rank among the 100 wealthiest in the nation.
Employment Statistics: As of early 2012, the state of New Jersey had an unemployment rate of 9.0 percent. Over the last year, job creation in the state has raised the total of employed residents in the state by over 40,000. (Helpful Link: New Jersey Department of Labor)
Average Income: The median household income in the state of New Jersey is $55,146, while the average per capita income for the state is $27,006.
State Capital: Trenton
Largest Cities: Newark, Trenton, Hoboken, Jersey City, Atlantic City, Cherry Hill, Seaside Heights, New Brunswick, Princeton
State park System: In addition to the many wonderful national parks located throughout the state, there are hundreds more scenic state parks that reach from the northern mountainous regions of the state to the low-lying coastal plains of southern New Jersey. The tallest water tower in the world, the Union Water sphere, is located in Union. Although urban development has overtaken many suburban areas, there are still thousands of acres of beautiful undisturbed landscape still to be found in New Jersey.
Major Airports:Newark International Airport, Atlantic City International Airport, Trenton-Mercer Airport, Teterboro Airport
New Jersey Climate: New Jersey’s subtropical climate is one that produces a mixture of weather that is often mild, and at times, unpredictable. With winter temperatures typically ranging from the high-20s to low-40s, depending on the weather front, winters can vary throughout the state, with northern areas receiving heavy snowfall at times. During the summers, temperatures can soar to the upper-80s and lower-90s during the months of July and August and the humidity tends to also be very high during these months. Extreme weather such as tornadoes and hurricanes are not common, but can occur during the summer months as well, particular in the coastal and central regions of the state. (Helpful Link: New Jersey Weather)
Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in New Jersey is $430,619, while the median sales price is just over $342,000. The New Jersey Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of New Jersey. The longest boardwalk in the world is located in Atlantic City.
Moving and Storage: If you are looking for a moving company or storage facility to help you with anything, you should check to make sure the company is registered with the United States Department of Transportation or with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. (Link: New Jersey State Moving Resource Page)
Schools: Overall, New Jersey has a reputation for having a respected and well-established educational system that currently contains over 605 different school districts throughout the state. Recent studies have shown that the state of New Jersey spends more money per student than every state in the country except for New York. Some well-known people attended Princeton University, including Aaron Burr, David Duchovny, Donald Rumsfeld, Charles Schwab, Brooke Shields, and Woodrow Wilson. Also, several counties in New Jersey have students scoring among the highest SAT scores in the nation. Among the many great public schools in the state of New Jersey, there are also several well-known collegiate institutions including Princeton University, tied with Harvard for the best school in the nation in a 2011 survey, Rutgers University, one of the oldest public universities in America, as well as Rider University, The College of New Jersey, Montclair State University, Rowan University, Monmouth University, Seton Hall University and many others. ( Link: New Jersey Schools)
Serving New Jersey State Area
Absecon AsburyPark AtlanticCity Avenel Barnegat Basking Ridge Bayonne Bedminster Belleville Bergenfield Blackwood Bloomfield Bordentown Brick Bridgeton Bridgewater Browns Mills Burlington Township Camden Cherry Hill Clementon Cliffside Park Clifton Cranford Dayton Denville Deptford Dover East Brunswick East Orange East Windsor Eatontown Edgewater Edison Elizabeth Englewood Erial Ewing Fair Lawn Flanders Flemington Franklin Park Freehold Galloway Township Garfield Greenville Hackensack Hackettstown Hamilton HighlandPark Hillsborough Hillside Howell Irvington Iselin Jackson Township Jackson Jersey City Kearny Lake Hiawatha Lakewood Lawrenceville Linden Livingston Lodi Long Branch Madison Mahwah Manalapan Maplewood Marlton Matawan Medford Metuchen Middlebush Millville Monroe Township Montclair Morris Plains Morristown Mount Laurel New Brunswick New Milford Newark North Arlington North Bergen North Brunswick North Plainfield Nutley Old Bridge Orange Paramus Parlin Parsippany Troy Hills Passaic Paterson Pennsauken Perth Amboy Phillipsburg Pine Brook Piscataway Plainfield Princeton Township Princeton Radburn Rahway Randolph Red Bank Ridgewood Rockaway Roselle Saddle Brook Secaucus Sewell Short Hills Sicklerville Somerset Somerville South Orange South Plainfield Springfield Summit Teaneck Toms River Trenton Union City Union Vineland Voorhees Township Washington Street Wayne Weehawken West Carteret West New York West Orange West Paterson Westfield Westwood Williamstown Willingboro Woodbridge Woodbury