Maybe N.J. is finding replacements for banking jobs?

New Jersey's unemployment rate jumped from 9.3% to 9.7% in August. Seven weeks before Election Day, that's not the best news for Gov. Jon Corzine, who is touting an increase in private sector jobs. But maybe it's not as bad as it looks. New York City, where Mayor Michael Bloomberg is expected to win re-election, the unemployment rate went from 9.5% to 10.3%.

Maybe N.J. is finding replacements for banking jobs?