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ELIZABETH, NJ-With a 3.5% increase since 2008, jobs generated by the Port of New York and New Jersey have now exceeded pre-recession levels, according to a new study of the economic impact of port operations on the city in 2010. The study, prepared for the New York Shipping Association and New York Maritime by Westfield, NJ-based A. Strauss-Wieder, reports that more than 279,200 jobs are generated by the port’s activity.

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