Connecticut’s jobs recovery since 2010 has been substantially slower than that of the United States as a whole
Governor Malloy’s 2013 state of the state address included assertions about Connecticut’s budget and economy that were, to say the least, dubious. Here is a fact-check of his most questionable claims.
Governor discusses lessons from other states. Stresses that education reform is a "process" not a "checklist" and that CT still has a ways to go.
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Connecticut has seen almost no job growth in the last year, and our recovery from the economic recession has lagged far behind the rest of the country’s. Part of the CPI’s lunch briefing and policy discussion series, this presentation will review the reasons for that lagging job growth and discuss what policies need to change in Hartford for employers to start hiring.