The Connecticut Department of Labor's Office of Research gathers, analyzes, and disseminates information on the economy, workforce and careers that is used to evaluate the economic health of Connecticut, to support and promote state workforce development activities, and to assist students and job seekers in making career choices.
The Current Employment Statistics (CES) more information program provides the most current estimates of nonfarm employment, hours, and earnings data by industry (place of work) for the nation as a whole, all states, and most major metropolitan areas.
MIT Economics: Graduate Program #graduate #economics #programs http://connecticut.remmont.com/mit-economics-graduate-program-graduate-economics-programs/ # Graduate Program The Department s highly regarded doctoral program enrolls about twenty-four students each year. Doctoral students take required courses in microeconomic theory, macroeconomics, and econometrics. Students are also expected to complete four fields in economics (two major and two minor) and to pass general examinations in…
Displaced Fusion workers to get federal aid, retraining opportunities - A federal Department of Labor program will help pay for health insurance, job retraining and even relocation expenses for Fusion Paperboard’s 145 displaced workers. Read more: http://www.norwichbulletin.com/article/20140929/NEWS/140929492 #CT #Sprague #Connecticut #Fusion #Business #Layoffs #Unemployment
Step Up is Putting People Back to Work! Connecticut’s Subsidized Training and Employment Program (Step Up) provides wage and training subsidies to employers that hire an unemployed jobseeker. The program, administered by the CT Department of Labor and the state’s five Workforce Investment Boards, helps small businesses hire employees and expand their workforce.