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Connecticut manufacturing picks up slightly, gaining jobs for a second straight year
Thursday, September 14, 2017
According to new data released this week by MNI, hiring in Connecticut's manufacturing sector picked up steam, led by steady growth in some of the state's top industries. MNI, compiler and publisher of the industrial information that powers IndustryNet, reports Connecticut industrial employment edged up by about 785 jobs, or a half percent between June 2016 and June 2017. This marks the state's second straight year of modest gains, and, hopefully, a reversal of the steep losses the state suffered during the recession. Overall, Connecticut has struggled to add manufacturing jobs in the post-recession era as global competition took hold, a strong dollar made exports more expensive, and a tough business climate had some manufacturers shutting their doors. While many states in the U.S. r...(Full Article)
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