In New Jersey this spring, New Jersey’s housing market was in its third year of crisis, and many residents still didn’t know what was going on in their neighborhoods.
The unemployment rate was at a historic low, and millions of New Jerseyans were living paycheck to paycheck, even though the state’s unemployment rate has been declining.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has called the crisis a “drought” and has said the state will soon be paying more in property taxes than it does in the state payroll tax.
But some New Jersey residents say they’re already feeling the effects of the crisis.
Many are struggling to find housing, while many others are homeless, unable to find work or even get the money to pay rent, according to the state Department of Housing and Community Development.
The crisis has affected more than 1.3 million people, according the agency.
“There’s a lot of people who are out of work, out of pocket, out in need, and we are struggling,” said New Jersey resident D.J. Lewis.
“It’s been hard to do a job.
There’s no way to keep a job, and I don’t have a job.”
Lewis, now working as a financial planner, says he has to do his part to help others.
“You need to be on your feet and you need to work, but you need a way to make ends meet,” Lewis said.
“I am in a lot more danger because of my job.”
A spokesperson for the state agency that manages New Jersey Housing Development, said many of the programs in place were established during the housing crisis, but that many of them have been implemented during the downturn.
New York Gov.
Andrew Cuomo has said that the state is trying to provide $1 billion in assistance to the housing market during the crisis and that the current crisis is the worst since the Great Depression.
Cuomo, a Democrat, has also called the state “a state of emergency,” but said he is working with the federal government to help the state deal with the crisis through federal funding.
Some experts say the federal funding is needed, but there’s also no guarantee that it will help.
“The way the program works, you need $1.6 billion to make it sustainable for two years,” said Dr. Jennifer J. Siegel, a professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a professor of public health at the City University of New York.
“We have no guarantee the feds are going to be able to support us.”
Many people in New Jersey have been unable to pay their bills and are struggling with rent and other expenses.
Many people also are worried about their own finances, but the situation isn’t going to get better anytime soon.
“If this continues, we will likely have to consider the option of bankruptcy,” said D.C. resident Jennifer O’Brien.
“This is a situation that will get worse as the months go on.”