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Nearly half of Americans are still not eager to go back on cruise ships.
Eight out 10 reported a decline in revenue, while three quarters reported a revenue decline of 25% or more, over the prior year.
Approval of Gov. Ned Lamont’s job performance rose from 55.9% to 57.3%.
Almost a quarter of employers anticipate increasing the size of their workforce over the next six months, while only 11% predict reductions.
According to the new CBIA survey, 47% of businesses expect to see a profit this year – down considerably from 77% last year – with 28% forecasting a loss (versus 11% in 2019) and 25% hoping to break even (versus 13% last year).
The metro statistical area received a total score of 71.91, placing eighth in “educational attainment” but 146th in “quality of education and attainment gap.”
The Juwai IQI survey found 66% of U.S. real estate agents believed that the current time is a "good" or "very good" time to buy a home.
“The resident satisfaction survey is an important tool for budgeting and to continually enrich the services we provide," First Selectman Peter Tesei said.
Women business owners claim access to capital (25 percent), lack of start-up knowledge (20 percent) and the need to gain credibility (18 percent) as the three biggest challenges they faced when launching their own business.
The manufacturing sector was particularly bullish, representing 62 percent of those companies expecting to add employees.
The InformCT Consumer Confidence Survey found that 51 percent of residents do not believe the state’s economy is improving, compared with 24 percent that believe it is.
Connecticut manufacturers will need to fill 13,600 positions by 2018 to meet growing demand, according to the survey.
According to a new survey, the state finished No. 2 for gender equality, No. 3 for educational attainment, No. 3 for college readiness, No. 3 for state integrity and No. 7 for public safety.
Nearly 80 percent of respondents said that the state government, rather than the federal government, is most responsible for improving Connecticut’s jobs situation.