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Education jobs in Connecticut decline

Posted on January 3, 2019

A number of education jobs in Connecticut have decreased, according to labor statistics.  Job estimates from the business payroll survey administered by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) show the state lost 500 net jobs (-0.03%) in November 2018, to a level of 1,702,900, seasonally adjusted. Over the year, nonagricultural employment in the state […]


Grant to create transportation jobs in Connecticut

Posted on January 3, 2019

The building of a new center will create more transportation jobs in Connecticut. U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded a $9.16 million BUILD Transportation grant to fund improvements to the Stamford Transportation Center. The grant – which will be matched by $13.74 million in additional state money – will fund upgrades to five elevators and […]


Training firm creates Connecticut IT jobs

Posted on January 3, 2019

A number of training firms are linking up to create Connecticut IT jobs. General Assembly and Tech Talent South are establishing boot camp programs in Connecticut that are designed to provide residents with the skills needed to fill in-demand, high-tech jobs that employers need. General Assembly will establish its training operation in Stamford, and Tech […]


Manufacturing jobs in Connecticut climb

Posted on December 2, 2018

The number of manufacturing jobs in Connecticut have grown, according to recent labor statistics. The state gained 1,500 net jobs (0.1%) in October 2018, to a level of 1,701,900, seasonally adjusted. Over the year, nonagricultural employment in the state grew by 22,300 jobs (1.3%). The September 2018 originally-released job decrease of 500 was revised down […]


Program creates Connecticut education jobs

Posted on December 2, 2018

A new program will help veterans transition to Connecticut education jobs. Troops to Teachers is an initiative that provides service members who are transitioning into civilian life and veterans who have already left service with the training necessary to seek careers as school teachers in K-12 schools. The program, which also helps participants find employment […]


Settlement funds go to creating green jobs in Connecticut

Posted on December 2, 2018

A slew of funds from a recent settlement may go to creating green jobs in Connecticut. Connecticut is making available $12.2 million dollars from the legal settlement in the Volkswagen (VW) Corporation emissions cheating scandal to fund ten clean air projects in the state. Administered through the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), Connecticut […]


Training lab to bolster manufacturing jobs in Connecticut

Posted on November 5, 2018

State officials are initiating programs that can help boost manufacturing jobs in Connecticut. The Department Economic and Community Development (DECD), in collaboration with the Department of Labor (DOL) and the Connecticut Manufacturing Innovation Fund (MIF) Advisory Board has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to create a mobile manufacturing training lab program for the State of Connecticut. […]


Connecticut jobs grow

Posted on November 5, 2018

City officials are putting the spotlight on the growth of Connecticut jobs. Although preliminary numbers for September show a total loss of 500 jobs for that month, the August numbers were revised upwards from 1,100 jobs to a total gain of 3,300 jobs. In total, private sector jobs are up 23,400 jobs over the year […]


Construction jobs in Connecticut grow

Posted on November 5, 2018

The number of construction jobs in Connecticut are growing, according to labor statistics.  The state lost 500 net jobs (-0.0%) in September 2018, to a level of 1,701,300, seasonally adjusted. Over the year, nonagricultural employment in the state grew by 19,900 jobs (1.2%). The August 2018 originally-released job increase of 1,100 was revised up 2,200 […]


Department collects wages for Connecticut jobs

Posted on September 30, 2018

The labor department is busy collecting wages owed for Connecticut jobs. The Connecticut Department of Labor (CTDOL) has recovered more than $4.9 million in unpaid wages for Connecticut workers during the fiscal year that ended June 30. “Our working women and men are the backbone of this state – it is important that they are […]


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