MEDFORD, New Jersey (WPVI) — The reopening for most of New Jersey’s businesses is still a few weeks away at least, according to Governor Phil Murphy.

But Action News wanted to look ahead to the New Jersey jobs that will be plentiful in the coming months, and the industries that will likely struggle.

We started at a family-owned farm that had to re-tool its business model when COVID-19 reached the Garden State.

What is usually a bustling farm market is now more like a warehouse, with workers bagging produce and other goods and bringing them to a line of waiting cars in front of Johnson’s Farm in Medford, N.J.

“The business we’re in today was not a business we were in over a month ago,” said co-owner Gilbert

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