For New Jersey, there are a number of files to choose from, depending on the sort order and format you may find most useful. These files for New Jersey are derived from files released by the US Census Bureau for all counties in the nation.
The sort order refers to whether the county of residence or the county of work is the main focus. If you are interested in the number of people who live in a county, and want to know where they work, you should download one of the files sorted by county of residence. These files will show you all the work destinations for people who live in each county.
On the other hand, if you are interested in the people who work in a county, and want to know where they come from, download one of the files sorted by county of work. These files will show you all the origins for people who work in each county.
Table 1: Residence County to Workplace County Flows for the United States and Puerto Rico Sorted by New Jersey Residence Geography: 2006-2010. EXCEL
Table 2: Residence County to Workplace County Flows for the United States and Puerto Rico by New Jersey Workplace Geography: 2006-2010. EXCEL
Table 5: Number of Workers in Workplace Geography (State-County-City or Borough) for New Jersey: 2006-2010. EXCEL (Breakouts of townships were not published on Table 5.)
The following files for New Jersey were prepared by the New Jersey State Data Center from the County-To-County Worker Flow files. The files are in Microsoft Excel format.
County-To-County Worker Flow Files: 2000 Census
County-To-County Worker Flow Files: 1990 Census
County-to-County Commuting Flows: 2006-2010 (US Census Bureau Website)