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Connecticut saw second-to-lowest personal income growth in 2020

Only Wyoming saw less growth than Connecticut.

Fairfield County’s economy hit $79.8 billion last year

The largest rate of growth from 2018 to 2019 was in Windham County, where GDP rose by 2.6% to about $4.7 billion.

NY economy shrinks 8.2%, CT contracts by 4.6% in first quarter

Connecticut recorded the lowest year-over-year decline among the New England states.

CT GDP shows encouraging signs of growth, but still lags region...

The state is also one of just three – along with West Virginia and Wyoming – whose workforce has shrunk since the Great Recession in 2008.

Report: Beer industry contributed over $3 billion to CT economy last...

The figure easily surpasses the $745.7 million the sector contributed in 2017, according to the Beer Institute, which represents two-thirds of breweries in Connecticut.

CT’s economy rose by 3.3 percent in the 3rd quarter of...

Connecticut's gross domestic product growth, which was the 21st highest in the nation, was led by the finance and insurance sectors, which recorded an increase of 0.64 percent.

Connecticut personal income up 4.6 percent in first quarter

Although Connecticut’s personal income was above the U.S. average of a 4.3 percent increase, it ranked 27th in the nation.

Connecticut leads in average income, trails in income growth

Connecticut ranked second in the nation during 2017 in average income with $71,000, but 44th among the states in income growth.

Connecticut’s economy grew by 3.9 percent in third quarter last year

Connecticut's third-quarter 2017 performance was led by the finance and insurance industries, followed by manufacturing.

Conn. only state whose economy contracted in 2012

Connecticut was the only state to see its economy shrink in 2012, according to a new report.