The state economy shed 7,200 jobs in the month of October, and September’s employment totals were revised down to reflect that the state lost 6,600 jobs, rather than the originally reported 5,200.
The Connecticut Department of Labor released Thursday job numbers for September showing a loss of 5,200 non-farm jobs in the state. “Connecticut saw job losses in September for the third month in a row and
Connecticut needs to go in a new direction to reverse these trends and prosper again. Connecticut’s 2012 Policy Road Map proposes 26 action items aimed at improving lives through freedom and opportunity.