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Yonkers IDA approves $1M in tax breaks for Parkledge Apartments

The IDA gave final approval to an incentive package for Parkledge Preservation LLC and preliminary approvals for projects by Westhab, Erin Construction & Development Co., and 78-80 Morningside LLC.

Connecticut lost 400 jobs in February

Despite the revised data, the state unemployment rate remained at 3.8 percent.

CT added 1,000 jobs in January; 2018 employment data revised downward

"We need to create a state where businesses are growing and investing," said CBIA's Pete Gioia.

Hudson Valley job numbers up, but not as much as elsewhere

Private educational and health services added the most of any major industry sector during the 12-month period, up by 63,200.

Poll: CT residents optimistic on economy, pessimistic on personal finances

Fifty-nine percent of respondents said they were concerned about being able to afford health insurance, while 18 percent said they were not.

Connecticut added 1,100 jobs in December

The Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk area saw 1,000 net new positions while the Danbury area lost 100 jobs.

Connecticut lost 500 jobs in November, but unemployment rate best in...

"It is clear that Connecticut’s labor market continues to tighten," said Andy Condon, director of the DOL’s Office of Research.

More than half of tech professionals plan to change jobs

“There is definitely a big talent shortage out there,” observed John Bemis, president of Stamford-based Benchmark IT.

Tech boot camp for job seekers opening in Stamford

Courses are set to begin in the first quarter of 2019.

New study finds no expansion in Connecticut’s gig economy

Current trends suggest more opportunities for full-time work, which could lure away individuals involved in the temporary contracted opportunities of the gig economy sector.

CT added jobs in October; unemployment rate remained at 4.2 percent

Connecticut now has an estimated 1.7 million seasonally adjusted jobs and an estimated 80,000 jobless residents.

CT unemployment dips to 4.2 percent

Connecticut’s unemployment rate improved even after it lost 500 jobs in September, according to the state Department of Labor.

DECD acknowledges errors in report about job creation, tax credits

The inaccuracies include overstating the number of jobs, failing to collect certain required information and reporting estimates that were off by tens of millions of dollars in 2017.

Connecticut added 1,100 jobs in August

"After dips in March and April, we have now seen four straight months of employment gains in Connecticut," said Andy Condon, director of the DOL's Office of Research.

Connecticut lost 1,200 jobs in July

Pete Gioia, economic adviser for the CBIA, complained, "There’s no consistency or stability month-to-month with our jobs numbers."