Navy Contracts To Bring Jobs, Apprentice Program To Electric BoatAccording to reports, to keep up with their U.S. Navy contracts Electric Boat's shipyard in Groton will hire thousands of new employees and restart apprentice programs over the next decade.
Carrier Says It Has Deal With Trump To Keep Jobs In IndianaFarmington-based air conditioning company Carrier Corp. says it has reached a deal with President-elect Donald Trump to keep nearly 1,000 jobs in Indiana.
Investment Firm To Create Up To 600 New Jobs In ConnecticutA global investment management firm plans to expand its headquarters and operations in Connecticut over the next decade, creating up to 600 new jobs.
Aetna Exploring Cost Cutting MeasuresAetna says it's looking for ways to reduce it's operating costs.
Malloy, Lockheed Martin Strike Sikorsky DealThe office of Connecticut's governor says Sikorsky Aircraft has committed to keeping its headquarters in the state and adding jobs in an agreement that involves $220 million in state incentives.
State Adds Jobs, Unemployment Rate UnchangedAccording to numbers released by the state Labor Department, Connecticut added about 3,500 jobs last month. The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 5.7 percent.
Malloy Withdraws Approval To Fill Some Inactive State JobsDemocratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget director is taking back earlier approval given to Connecticut state agencies to fill some vacant positions.
Unemployment, Jobs Down In September
States Adds 3,200 Jobs In August
Costco Holds Job Information Session In New Britain Costco tomorrow holds an information session about job openings at the new store the warehouse retailer is opening in New Britain in October.
UTC Expands In FloridaFlorida Governor Rick Scott has announced that Hartford-based United Technologies will expand in the Palm Beach area resulting in the creation of 380 jobs.
Bristol-Myers Squibb To Cut Jobs In Connecticut Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. says it will expand its presence in research centers in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and San Francisco, while cutting jobs in Connecticut.