Feb-19-16 Christie Administration Participates in NJ Tech Council’s “Competing for Tech Talent: Keeping Tech Jobs in Central New Jersey”
Assistant Commissioner Jeffrey Stoller Offers Labor Market Insights at Tech Industry Forum
MATAWAN, N.J., February 19, 2016 – The Christie Administration yesterday joined with leaders from government, higher education and business at the NJ Tech Council’s “Competing for Tech Talent: Keeping Tech Jobs in Central New Jersey” event held at iCIMS in Matawan.
Assistant Commissioner Jeffrey Stoller shared the latest labor market information on technology jobs available throughout the state including average salaries and projected growth areas.
Senator Tom Kean, Jr. was also in attendance and provided welcoming remarks. Panelists included Hans Hwang, Vice President of Advanced Services at Cisco; Prof. Jamie Kretsch, Chair, Computer Science and Software Engineering at Monmouth University; Alex Shanley, Partner at Defined Logic; and Gale Tenen Spak, Associate Vice President of Continuing and Distance Learning Education at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Assistant Commissioner Jeffrey Stoller of the Labor Department’s Office of Research and
Information discussed labor market trends in the technology sector at the NJ Tech Council’s
“Competing for Tech Talent: Keeping Tech Jobs in Central New Jersey” event hosted by
iCIMS in Matawan.
Senator Tom Kean, Jr., Ronald Kasner, Chief Financial Officer of iCIMS and Jeff Stoller, Assistant
Commissioner of Labor discuss retaining tech talent in New Jersey.