After little movement in Connecticut’s unemployment rate for a year, November figures from the State Labor Department show a third straight month of improvement.
The Labor Department says the economy added 203-thousand jobs last month, bringing the unemployment rate down to 7 percent. And with employers looking among the ranks of the already-employed when they are hiring, some people […]
The top U.S. union official is joining Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to highlight two jobs programs for veterans and the unemployed.
Connecticut’s unemployment rate held steady at 8.1% last month, more than three-quarters of a point above the national rate
35-year-old actor and technology enthusiast Ashton Kutcher talks about Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder he portrays in the film “Jobs,” opening Friday.
Job growth in Connecticut continues, but the unemployment rate remains stuck at a relatively high 8 percent, state labor officials said Thursday.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Congressman John Larson are announcing a new manufacturing jobs initiative that will bring together state government, businesses and colleges.
Preliminary estimates for April show Connecticut added jobs last month while the unemployment rate remained unchanged.
Data from the State Labor Department show Connecticut added 2,600 jobs last month, but the unemployment rate held steady at 8% — or four-tenths of a point above the national average.
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