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Connecticut Loses Jobs In Three Out Of Last Four Months »
Connecticut Posts Back-To-Back Job Losses »
Businesses Seek Advice For Handling Employees Using Medical Marijuana »
Connecticut Job Numbers Flat For 2016 »
Final 2016 Labor Report Offers Mixed Bag »
Unemployment Rate Drops To 4.7% In November »
OP-ED | Raising the Minimum Wage: Good for Working People, Good for the Economy »
Connecticut Officials Express Disappointment In Overtime Ruling »
Connecticut Loses 7,200 Jobs In October, Unemployment Down to 5.1% »
July Job Gains Turn Into Job Losses »
New State Website To Focus On Caregiver Careers »
Unemployment Claims Now Accepted Online »
OP-ED | Will New Overtime Rules Really Help Workers? »
More Than 45,000 Connecticut Workers Could Benefit From Labor Rule Change »
State Says Feds’ Job Data ‘Not Representative of the State as a Whole’ in 2015 »
Connecticut Added Fewer Jobs In 2015 Than Initially Reported »
Labor Deputy Goes To DMV, Former Hamden Mayor To Labor Dept. »
State Recovers $6.1M In Wages For Workers »
Labor Department Layoffs Seem Inevitable Due To Reduction In Federal Funds »
Republicans Ask Labor Commissioner To Apply for Waiver »
OP-ED | Major Step in Curtailing Wage Theft Merits Support »
Statewide Sting Nets 100th Unemployment Fraud Arrest »
Government Hiring Drives Job Growth In April »
OP-ED | Push For Tax on Low Wages Would Mean Higher Grocery Bills and Fewer Jobs »
OP-ED | Hike The Minimum Wage For Servers? Wrong Discussion »
State Adds Jobs In December »
Connecticut Employers Will Get Hit With Unemployment Tax Hike In New Year »
State Posts Job Gains In June »
Connecticut Adds Jobs In May, Unemployment Remains Steady »
Connecticut Adds 2,200 Jobs, Unemployment Rate Drops In April »