65-year-old Robert Argo dropped out of school in 1965 to join the Navy Reserves.
University of Connecticut economists say in a new report that the state’s falling unemployment rate is due not to job creation, but because workers are quitting the labor force.
An economic outlook says New England’s jobs recovery will continue to be slow, set back by federal spending cuts and reduced consumer demand.
Analysis Suggests Metro-North Disruption Cost State $62 Million In Economic Output. $2.5 Million In Revenue
_ An analysis conducted by the Department of Economic and Community Development shows Connecticut’s economy suffered during the recent disruption of service along Metro-North’s busy New Haven commuter rail line.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut’s economic development commissioner is planning a trip with business leaders to Israel to promote companies based in the state. Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Catherine Smith says the […]
Click here for a list of tax exempt clothing and footwear examples. HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Back-to-school shoppers in Connecticut will soon get a tax break. Starting Sunday, clothing items that cost less than $300 […]
Connecticut holds another tax free holiday beginning August 18.
Puerto Rico’s homeless population has risen sharply in the past two years amid an ongoing economic crisis that includes a nearly 14 percent unemployment rate, higher than any U.S. state.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy may have led the state through several natural disasters and the Newtown school massacre since his election in 2010, but Connecticut voters are far from completely won over by the Democrat.
Republicans and Democrats are at odds over whether the latest legislative session will help improve Connecticut’s economic outlook.