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Manufacturing Jobs in Connecticut Get Funding

Posted on May 26, 2009

Investment in three companies will help create several manufacturing jobs in Connecticut. Gov. M. Jodi Rell recently announced that the Connecticut Development Authority will offer $1.18 million in loans to help three Hartford area companies create and retain jobs through expanded business operations. According to an article by the Hartford Business Journal Online, the three […]

Zone Could Create Jobs in Connecticut

Posted on May 18, 2009

A new effort is underway to help create more jobs in Connecticut. The Connecticut state Senate is planning to act this week on a proposal to create a special economic development zone in four towns bordering Bradley International Airport. According to an article by CNBC, the legislation would affect parts of Windsor Locks, Suffield, East […]

Connecticut Job Losses to Increase through 2011

Posted on May 12, 2009

A staggering number of Connecticut jobs could still be lost during the next two years. The Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis recently released a report that found the State of Connecticut could lose 40,000 more jobs through 2011. That would bring the total number of jobs lost during the recession to at least 110,000, depending […]

Media Jobs in Connecticut Get Deal

Posted on May 5, 2009

New Connecticut media jobs will be created when the NBC show Deal or No Deal begins shooting a daytime version of the game show in Connecticut instead of Los Angeles. Howie Mandel, who hosts the Friday night version of the show, also will appear in the shorter daytime episodes. According to an article by the […]

Media Jobs in Connecticut Cut with Hearst

Posted on April 30, 2009

Amidst a trend that has been far too frequent as of late, some Connecticut media jobs have been cut. Hearst Corporation recently announced that it has cut 44 jobs at its Connecticut newspapers and plans to eliminate another 80 positions in the next three months. The cuts are all part of a consolidation and cost-cutting […]

Connecticut Manufacturing Jobs Lost

Posted on April 20, 2009

One manufacturing plant is closing, which means several Connecticut manufacturing jobs will be lost. Derby Cellular Products Inc. plans to close this July, eliminating almost 100 Connecticut jobs. The company, which is the largest manufacturing plant in Derby, has sold its assets to LTI Flexible Products, a Georgia-based manufacturer, according to an article by the […]

Connecticut Unemployment Help

Posted on April 14, 2009

Unemployed workers in Connecticut will receive some extra funding and job training. Click here to see Connecticut job listings. Connecticut is slated to receive an additional $29.3 million in federal stimulus money to enhance unemployment benefits and job training for the thousands of residents who have lost their jobs. These funds are in addition to […]

Connecticut Environmental Jobs Created by Stimulus Funds

Posted on April 6, 2009

Some money from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will help create Connecticut environmental jobs. Gov. M. Jodi Rell recently announced that the State of Connecticut will receive $24 million in federal stimulus funds for energy efficiency projects at the state and local level. Of the $24 million, more than $15 million has been awarded […]

Connecticut Construction Jobs Created by UnitedHealth Group Expansion

Posted on March 31, 2009

UnitedHealth Group has made a decision that will result in new Connecticut construction jobs. The company has announced it will keep its workforce, made up of more than 2,000 people, in Connecticut and move its offices to a new location in Hartford. The relocation project will create 150 to 200 construction jobs during the next […]

Banking Jobs in Connecticut Affected by AIG Problems

Posted on March 23, 2009

Hundreds of banking jobs in Connecticut could be affected by the current problems surrounding AIG. American International Group plans to shut down its Wilton office, located in Fairfield County, Conn., within the next few years. This move could cost 400 workers their Connecticut jobs. The office is home to AIG Financial Group, which is currently […]

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