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Help Wanted: Serving Connecticut’s Neediest Citizens through Job Training

Report published in November 2007.

Connecticut should reform its job training programs because a skilled workforce will attract new businesses.

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Connecticut teachers better off with 401(k) plan instead of pensions?

Connecticut’s teachers may be better off with a 401(k) style, defined contribution retirement plan than under Connecticut’s massively underfunded pension system, according to some number crunching. Assuming a 6.5 percent employer match and adjusted for inflation, a defined contribution plan could yield similar retirement savings to that of the existing ...

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USC study finds Connecticut’s film tax credits flopped; CT film office disagrees

While perhaps not as big a box-office flop as The Adventures of Pluto Nash, Connecticut’s film tax credit program hasn’t resulted in significant job growth or economic gains, according to a new study conducted by the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy. Published in the academic journal, ...

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