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Real estate in the COVID-19 era: Situation serious, but not hopeless

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.

Greenwich survey finds generally satisfied residents

“The resident satisfaction survey is an important tool for budgeting and to continually enrich the services we provide," First Selectman Peter Tesei said.

WBDC survey: Access to capital still #1 concern for women business...

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.

M&T Bank survey: Business optimism continues

According to the survey, 29 percent of firms plan to increase capital expenditures as a direct result of the tax cut package, and 25 percent plan to increase worker wage rates.

CBIA survey: Hiring outlook improves, skilled worker shortages persist

The manufacturing sector was particularly bullish, representing 62 percent of those companies expecting to add employees.

Survey: Most CT residents pessimistic about business conditions

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.

CBIA survey finds recruiting, training top challenges for CT manufacturers

Connecticut manufacturers will need to fill 13,600 positions by 2018 to meet growing demand, according to the survey.

Conn. is nation’s 12th ‘best state,’ says U.S. News

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.

Survey: Residents expect Trump influence on Connecticut’s economy to grow over...

Nearly 80 percent of respondents said that the state government, rather than the federal government, is most responsible for improving Connecticut’s jobs situation.