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Many Connecticut Residents Left Behind In Economic Recovery »
Connecticut Loses Jobs For Second Straight Month »
Labor Department: Connecticut Still Slowly Adding Jobs »
Connecticut Unemployment Rate Inches Closer to National Average »
95 Pink Slips To Be Issued To Labor Department Employees »
Connecticut Adds 600 Jobs In June »
Republicans Ask Labor Commissioner To Apply for Waiver »
Connecticut Adds Jobs In May, But Erases April Gains »
State Adds Jobs In December »
August Jobs Report Offers Mixed News »
State Posts Job Gains In June »
Is It Just The Weather? »
Unemployment Rate Remains Steady As State Adds Jobs In March »
Cafero Wants Answers From Labor Dept. Regarding Tax Form Mistake »
Malloy Proposes $13.6M In Funding For Job Seekers »
December Job Losses Erase November Gains »
Unemployment Benefit Extension Clears First Hurdle »
The Economy Is Expected To Grow, As Long As Lawmakers ‘Don’t Mess It Up’ »
Economists: Real Unemployment Rate Closer To 10.7% »
Unemployment Benefits Will Run Out At The End of The Year If Congress Fails To Act »
Unemployment Dips Below 8 Percent, But Job Growth Stalls »
August Job Losses Dominated By Public Sector; Private Sector Sees Growth »
State Makes Job Gains In July, But Unemployment Remains At 8.1% »
OP-ED | The Economics of People, Part II »
Unemployment Inches Up »
Unemployment Rate Stuck In Neutral, But State Adds Jobs In May »
March Unemployment Rate Remains Unchanged »
Job Increases Could Surpass Expectations »
CT Gains 300 Jobs In November »
Medicaid Spending Could Bust 2013 Budget »