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  Current Labor Force Data for Connecticut Towns (LAUS) - State of Connecticut Last Updated: May 20, 2022
The Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) program produces monthly employment, unemployment, and labor force data for Census regions and divisions, States, counties, metropolitan areas, and many cities, by place of residence. The LAUS program is a federal-state cooperative endeavor in which states develop state and sub-state data using concepts, definitions, and technical procedures prescribed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). A major source of labor force data estimates, the Current Population Survey (CPS) includes a sample of over 600 Connecticut households each month regarding the labor force status of their occupants.

Labor force measures are based on the civilian noninstitutional population 16 years old and over. People with jobs are counted as employed. People who are jobless, looking for jobs, and available for work are regarded as unemployed, and people who are neither employed nor unemployed are considelightblue not in the labor force. The unemployment rate represents the percentage of the labor force that is unemployed. Annual average data is published after benchmark revisions are made.

April 2022 - Current Monthly Data
Not Seasonally Adjusted Labor Force Employed Unemployed Unemployment
Rate
STATE OF CONNECTICUT 1,863,700 1,793,700 69,900 3.8%
Andover 1,898 1,855 43 2.3
Ansonia 9,041 8,488 553 6.1
Ashford 2,520 2,460 60 2.4
Avon 9,295 9,054 241 2.6
Barkhamsted 2,238 2,180 58 2.6
Beacon Falls 3,514 3,376 138 3.9
Berlin 11,628 11,268 360 3.1
Bethany 3,206 3,099 107 3.3
Bethel 10,780 10,401 379 3.5
Bethlehem 1,893 1,828 65 3.4
Bloomfield 11,660 11,168 492 4.2
Bolton 3,098 3,029 69 2.2
Bozrah 1,439 1,399 40 2.8
Branford 16,143 15,682 461 2.9
Bridgeport 66,739 63,037 3,702 5.5
Bridgewater 822 790 32 3.9
Bristol 32,530 31,099 1,431 4.4
Brookfield 9,005 8,736 269 3.0
Brooklyn 4,081 3,924 157 3.8
Burlington 5,691 5,514 177 3.1
Canaan 633 617 16 2.5
Canterbury 2,795 2,658 137 4.9
Canton 5,631 5,470 161 2.9
Chaplin 1,218 1,184 34 2.8
Cheshire 15,757 15,361 396 2.5
Chester 2,352 2,299 53 2.3
Clinton 7,372 7,174 198 2.7
Colchester 9,169 8,921 248 2.7
Colebrook 819 777 42 5.1
Columbia 3,154 3,080 74 2.3
Cornwall 761 740 21 2.8
Coventry 7,727 7,501 226 2.9
Cromwell 7,752 7,541 211 2.7
Danbury 45,728 44,374 1,354 3.0
Darien 8,407 8,170 237 2.8
Deep River 2,880 2,808 72 2.5
Derby 6,462 6,133 329 5.1
Durham 4,347 4,228 119 2.7
East Granby 3,030 2,941 89 2.9
East Haddam 4,916 4,767 149 3.0
East Hampton 7,547 7,355 192 2.5
East Hartford 26,823 25,325 1,498 5.6
East Haven 15,880 15,236 644 4.1
East Lyme 8,124 7,818 306 3.8
East Windsor 6,691 6,443 248 3.7
Eastford 998 961 37 3.7
Easton 3,718 3,613 105 2.8
Ellington 9,650 9,331 319 3.3
Enfield 22,744 21,919 825 3.6
Essex 3,454 3,370 84 2.4
Fairfield 28,874 27,975 899 3.1
Farmington 14,034 13,666 368 2.6
Franklin 1,002 969 33 3.3
Glastonbury 18,817 18,302 515 2.7
Goshen 1,616 1,573 43 2.7
Granby 6,889 6,724 165 2.4
Greenwich 28,307 27,484 823 2.9
Griswold 5,994 5,715 279 4.7
Groton 17,182 16,550 632 3.7
Guilford 13,073 12,736 337 2.6
Haddam 4,938 4,827 111 2.2
Hamden 35,497 34,358 1,139 3.2
Hampton 1,024 1,000 24 2.3
Hartford 51,923 48,333 3,590 6.9
Hartland 1,129 1,102 27 2.4
Harwinton 3,167 3,073 94 3.0
Hebron 5,468 5,319 149 2.7
Kent 1,480 1,436 44 3.0
Killingly 9,466 9,102 364 3.8
Killingworth 3,852 3,775 77 2.0
Lebanon 3,934 3,843 91 2.3
Ledyard 7,474 7,220 254 3.4
Lisbon 2,245 2,130 115 5.1
Litchfield 4,698 4,582 116 2.5
Lyme 1,130 1,100 30 2.7
Madison 9,121 8,913 208 2.3
Manchester 32,405 31,170 1,235 3.8
Mansfield 12,151 11,872 279 2.3
Marlborough 3,523 3,422 101 2.9
Meriden 32,413 30,790 1,623 5.0
Middlebury 3,941 3,816 125 3.2
Middlefield 2,544 2,476 68 2.7
Middletown 25,673 24,692 981 3.8
Milford 29,831 28,968 863 2.9
Monroe 9,764 9,424 340 3.5
Montville 8,563 8,229 334 3.9
Morris 1,405 1,360 45 3.2
Naugatuck 16,835 16,046 789 4.7
New Britain 36,352 34,133 2,219 6.1
New Canaan 8,130 7,893 237 2.9
New Fairfield 6,905 6,668 237 3.4
New Hartford 3,893 3,801 92 2.4
New Haven 65,476 62,766 2,710 4.1
New London 11,393 10,760 633 5.6
New Milford 14,695 14,173 522 3.6
Newington 16,880 16,342 538 3.2
Newtown 13,828 13,386 442 3.2
No. Stonington 2,764 2,668 96 3.5
Norfolk 885 862 23 2.6
North Branford 8,315 8,036 279 3.4
North Canaan 1,715 1,678 37 2.2
North Haven 13,515 13,138 377 2.8
Norwalk 49,609 47,919 1,690 3.4
Norwich 18,937 18,006 931 4.9
Old Lyme 3,500 3,384 116 3.3
Old Saybrook 5,151 5,008 143 2.8
Orange 7,391 7,210 181 2.4
Oxford 7,161 6,932 229 3.2
Plainfield 8,381 8,128 253 3.0
Plainville 10,282 9,904 378 3.7
Plymouth 6,515 6,235 280 4.3
Pomfret 2,481 2,407 74 3.0
Portland 5,367 5,186 181 3.4
Preston 2,293 2,197 96 4.2
Prospect 5,544 5,368 176 3.2
Putnam 4,745 4,549 196 4.1
Redding 4,309 4,153 156 3.6
Ridgefield 11,517 11,165 352 3.1
Rocky Hill 11,482 11,148 334 2.9
Roxbury 1,310 1,283 27 2.1
Salem 1,995 1,931 64 3.2
Salisbury 1,803 1,752 51 2.8
Scotland 933 912 21 2.3
Seymour 8,708 8,341 367 4.2
Sharon 1,477 1,440 37 2.5
Shelton 21,497 20,697 800 3.7
Sherman 1,832 1,764 68 3.7
Simsbury 13,816 13,466 350 2.5
Somers 4,972 4,817 155 3.1
South Windsor 14,226 13,795 431 3.0
Southbury 8,523 8,194 329 3.9
Southington 24,424 23,629 795 3.3
Sprague 1,521 1,436 85 5.6
Stafford 6,790 6,526 264 3.9
Stamford 70,127 67,426 2,701 3.9
Sterling 1,984 1,903 81 4.1
Stonington 9,305 9,008 297 3.2
Stratford 26,460 25,299 1,161 4.4
Suffield 7,650 7,423 227 3.0
Thomaston 4,624 4,496 128 2.8
Thompson 5,206 5,016 190 3.6
Tolland 8,418 8,203 215 2.6
Torrington 18,570 17,800 770 4.1
Trumbull 17,208 16,688 520 3.0
Union 461 449 12 2.6
Vernon 17,235 16,655 580 3.4
Voluntown 1,374 1,325 49 3.6
Wallingford 26,444 25,597 847 3.2
Warren 784 758 26 3.3
Washington 2,044 1,986 58 2.8
Waterbury 48,893 45,996 2,897 5.9
Waterford 9,606 9,222 384 4.0
Watertown 12,640 12,229 411 3.3
West Hartford 34,136 33,210 926 2.7
West Haven 30,307 29,150 1,157 3.8
Westbrook 3,679 3,581 98 2.7
Weston 4,219 4,098 121 2.9
Westport 12,637 12,284 353 2.8
Wethersfield 13,815 13,316 499 3.6
Willington 3,562 3,488 74 2.1
Wilton 8,138 7,912 226 2.8
Winchester 5,910 5,714 196 3.3
Windham 11,994 11,550 444 3.7
Windsor 16,353 15,728 625 3.8
Windsor Locks 7,548 7,303 245 3.2
Wolcott 9,727 9,401 326 3.4
Woodbridge 4,664 4,554 110 2.4
Woodbury 5,428 5,233 195 3.6
Woodstock 4,119 3,968 151 3.7
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