Connecticut Adds 6,000 JobsThe state Labor Department today announced that Connecticut added 6,000 jobs last month.
Department Of Labor Warns Of Delays In Processing New ClaimsConnecticut's Department of Labor is warning there may be delays in processing new unemployment claims.
Connecticut Jobless Rate Worsens Slightly, Job Growth LagsA new report shows Connecticut lost 3,500 jobs in November, slowing job growth in the state.
Connecticut Loses 600 Jobs In JulyConnecticut lost 600 net jobs in July, and the state's unemployment rate held steady at 5 percent, according to preliminary numbers from the state Department of Labor.
State Adds Jobs In MayThe state Department of Labor has released job numbers for the month of May.
Connecticut Sheds 1,500 Jobs In AprilConnecticut lost 1,500 jobs in April, as the unemployment rate increased one tenth of a point to 4.9 percent, according to preliminary figures released Thursday by the state Department of Labor.
Modest Job Growth In CT For MarchConnecticut saw a modest increase in the number of jobs in March and a slight uptick in the unemployment rate
Connecticut Sheds 1,600 Jobs In FebruaryConnecticut lost 1,600 jobs in February, as the state's unemployment rate increased two tenths of a point to 4.7 percent, according to numbers released Thursday by the Connecticut Department of Labor.
State Jobs Report: Employment Flat For 2016, Up In JanuaryA new employment report from the state Labor Department shows that the number of jobs in Connecticut was flat last year. The number of jobs jumped by 5,700 in January of this year.
Labor Dept: Jobless Rate Down, Growth Still Slow Job figures for November from the state Department of Labor show a drop in the unemployment rate of four-tenths of a percentage point to 4.7 percent.
Another Downer For Jobs in CTConnecticut continued to shed jobs in October on the heels of disappointing number for September.
Connecticut Sheds Jobs In SeptemberAlthough the jobless rate in Connecticut fell in September, there were job losses and the state Department of Labor has revised August's gains to reflect losses.