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Minimum wage increase will affect Connecticut jobs

Posted on December 31, 2016

The increase of the minimum wage is affecting Connecticut jobs. The minimum wage in the state will be increasing from the current rate of $9.60 per hour to $10.10 on January 1, 2017 as the result of a law that scheduled increases for workers in three stages. The coming change is the final step in a […]


Legislation boosts Connecticut jobs

Posted on December 10, 2016

New legislation will keep many Connecticut jobs in the state. A bill was signed to commemorate the adoption of legislation that approves the state’s agreement with Lockheed Martin and will result in keeping Sikorsky Aircraft’s worldwide headquarters located in Stratford through at least 2032, where the company will retain and grow approximately 8,000 direct jobs. As […]


Capital management jobs in Connecticut created

Posted on December 10, 2016

A firm is expanding and creating more capital management jobs in Connecticut. AQR Capital Management, a global investment management firm, plans to expand its headquarters and operations in Connecticut over the next ten years – a more than $72 million project that will retain 540 jobs, create up to 600 new jobs, and significantly increase […]


Funding goes towards education jobs in Connecticut

Posted on December 10, 2016

A new grant is going towards education jobs in Connecticut. Connecticut has been awarded nearly $11.7 million in discretionary federal funding in the third year of funding through the Preschool Development Grant, which aims to expand high-quality preschool. The funding was awarded by the U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services through a […]


State law to improve diversity for education jobs in Connecticut

Posted on November 9, 2016

A new law will seek to improve diversity for education jobs in Connecticut. The law will advance the state’s efforts to improve in the recruitment and retention of minority teachers in an effort to increase diversity in the classroom and ensure the state can continue to provide high-quality education for all of its students.  The […]


Grants create aerospace jobs in Connecticut

Posted on November 9, 2016

The Connecticut Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship Training has been awarded grants for aerospace jobs in Connecticut. The grants will assist the efforts of the state apprenticeship training program that targets the aerospace manufacturing and maintenance sector, known as the Connecticut Apprenticeship Expansion Rx project. “Connecticut is known as a worldwide aerospace leader, not only […]


Officials keep aircraft jobs in Connecticut

Posted on November 8, 2016

New legislation will help keep aircraft jobs in Connecticut. Connecticut legislation approves the state’s agreement with Lockheed Martin and will result in keeping Sikorsky Aircraft’s worldwide headquarters located in Stratford through at least 2032, where the company will retain and grow approximately 8,000 direct jobs.  As part of the agreement, Sikorsky has also pledged to nearly […]


Grant expands Connecticut jobs for those with disabilities

Posted on October 2, 2016

A new grant is helping create more Connecticut jobs for people with disabilities. The Connecticut Department of Labor (CTDOL) has been awarded a $2.5 million federal grant to enhance its ongoing work to promote employment opportunities for people with disabilities. The grant, awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor, enables CTDOL to build upon its […]


Expansion creates more aerospace jobs in Connecticut

Posted on October 2, 2016

The expansion of one company will create more aerospace jobs in Connecticut. Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman are applauding an announcement made  by Pratt & Whitney President Robert Leduc that the company is planning a significant expansion in Connecticut: “We are proud of Pratt & Whitney’s presence in Connecticut and are […]


Agreement creates Connecticut aircraft jobs

Posted on October 2, 2016

A new agreement will create many Connecticut aircraft jobs. The agreement with Lockheed Martin will keep Sikorsky Aircraft and approximately 8,000 jobs in Connecticut through at least 2032 – will see the company’s annual spending with in-state Connecticut suppliers nearly double. Currently, Sikorsky spends about $350 million per year with local suppliers, which are located throughout […]


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