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OP-ED | Factory Towns Are Gone, But Manufacturing Is More Vital Than Ever »
Survey Finds Connecticut Struggles To Fill Energy Sector Jobs »
June Jobs Report Is A Mixed Bag »
Connecticut Posts First Job Loss In May »
DOL: Connecticut Adds Jobs In April; March Data Revised Upward »
State Says Feds’ Job Data ‘Not Representative of the State as a Whole’ in 2015 »
Connecticut Added Fewer Jobs In 2015 Than Initially Reported »
Connecticut Adds Jobs In November; Private Sector Fully Recovered »
Connecticut Loses Jobs For Second Straight Month »
Six Job Centers Will Remain Open, But Won’t Be Run By Labor Department »
Labor Department: Connecticut Still Slowly Adding Jobs »
Malloy Administration Tries To Place 22 of the 95 Laid-Off Labor Employees »
Connecticut Unemployment Rate Inches Closer to National Average »
95 Pink Slips To Be Issued To Labor Department Employees »
Connecticut Adds 600 Jobs In June »
Malloy Maintains Optimism Over State Budget »
Connecticut Makes Job Gains In March, Adjusts Losses in February »
Labor Department: Connecticut Gained 24,600 Jobs In Past Year »
Coalition Seeks Paid Family And Medical Leave »
State’s Economy Continues To Add Jobs »
State Adds Jobs In October »
Sept. Job Gains Are Good News For Malloy »
Malloy Promotes Sales Tax Free Week, Touts Employment Gains »
Unemployment Rate Remains Steady As State Adds Jobs In March »
Stop Work Order at UConn Lifted, But Banned Contractor Won’t Be Back »
Labor Report Shows Slight Job Gain, Drop In Unemployment »
Cafero Wants Answers From Labor Dept. Regarding Tax Form Mistake »
December Job Losses Erase November Gains »
Wrong Information Printed on 27,000 Tax Forms »
State Starts Fiscal Year In Black, But There Are Many Unknowns »