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  Current Labor Force Data for Connecticut Towns (LAUS) - State of Connecticut Last Updated: November 18, 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.

October 2022 - Current Monthly Data
Not Seasonally Adjusted Labor Force Employed Unemployed Unemployment
Rate
STATE OF CONNECTICUT 1,894,400 1,819,200 75,200 4.0%
Andover 1,926 1,872 54 2.8
Ansonia 9,155 8,617 538 5.9
Ashford 2,556 2,483 73 2.9
Avon 9,449 9,137 312 3.3
Barkhamsted 2,254 2,198 56 2.5
Beacon Falls 3,542 3,424 118 3.3
Berlin 11,736 11,372 364 3.1
Bethany 3,263 3,163 100 3.1
Bethel 10,911 10,547 364 3.3
Bethlehem 1,942 1,854 88 4.5
Bloomfield 11,808 11,271 537 4.5
Bolton 3,150 3,057 93 3.0
Bozrah 1,461 1,419 42 2.9
Branford 16,578 16,006 572 3.5
Bridgeport 67,728 63,996 3,732 5.5
Bridgewater 825 801 24 2.9
Bristol 32,816 31,385 1,431 4.4
Brookfield 9,170 8,859 311 3.4
Brooklyn 4,139 3,978 161 3.9
Burlington 5,709 5,565 144 2.5
Canaan 652 637 15 2.3
Canterbury 2,790 2,696 94 3.4
Canton 5,706 5,521 185 3.2
Chaplin 1,244 1,195 49 3.9
Cheshire 16,144 15,679 465 2.9
Chester 2,400 2,342 58 2.4
Clinton 7,497 7,307 190 2.5
Colchester 9,305 9,003 302 3.2
Colebrook 820 793 27 3.3
Columbia 3,198 3,108 90 2.8
Cornwall 788 763 25 3.2
Coventry 7,808 7,570 238 3.0
Cromwell 7,870 7,610 260 3.3
Danbury 46,563 44,997 1,566 3.4
Darien 8,603 8,294 309 3.6
Deep River 2,928 2,860 68 2.3
Derby 6,574 6,226 348 5.3
Durham 4,423 4,306 117 2.6
East Granby 3,048 2,968 80 2.6
East Haddam 4,988 4,811 177 3.5
East Hampton 7,682 7,423 259 3.4
East Hartford 26,883 25,558 1,325 4.9
East Haven 16,218 15,550 668 4.1
East Lyme 8,251 7,929 322 3.9
East Windsor 6,787 6,541 246 3.6
Eastford 1,003 976 27 2.7
Easton 3,829 3,668 161 4.2
Ellington 9,725 9,417 308 3.2
Enfield 23,128 22,254 874 3.8
Essex 3,526 3,432 94 2.7
Fairfield 29,550 28,400 1,150 3.9
Farmington 14,288 13,792 496 3.5
Franklin 1,036 983 53 5.1
Glastonbury 19,059 18,470 589 3.1
Goshen 1,663 1,623 40 2.4
Granby 6,962 6,786 176 2.5
Greenwich 28,960 27,902 1,058 3.7
Griswold 6,086 5,797 289 4.7
Groton 17,516 16,785 731 4.2
Guilford 13,353 12,999 354 2.7
Haddam 5,018 4,871 147 2.9
Hamden 36,365 35,067 1,298 3.6
Hampton 1,053 1,016 37 3.5
Hartford 52,021 48,777 3,244 6.2
Hartland 1,147 1,113 34 3.0
Harwinton 3,193 3,098 95 3.0
Hebron 5,519 5,368 151 2.7
Kent 1,528 1,482 46 3.0
Killingly 9,571 9,228 343 3.6
Killingworth 3,959 3,845 114 2.9
Lebanon 4,019 3,879 140 3.5
Ledyard 7,598 7,323 275 3.6
Lisbon 2,270 2,160 110 4.8
Litchfield 4,865 4,727 138 2.8
Lyme 1,173 1,116 57 4.9
Madison 9,400 9,097 303 3.2
Manchester 32,666 31,456 1,210 3.7
Mansfield 12,408 11,981 427 3.4
Marlborough 3,546 3,453 93 2.6
Meriden 32,869 31,426 1,443 4.4
Middlebury 4,002 3,870 132 3.3
Middlefield 2,586 2,522 64 2.5
Middletown 25,895 24,919 976 3.8
Milford 30,545 29,409 1,136 3.7
Monroe 9,928 9,567 361 3.6
Montville 8,743 8,346 397 4.5
Morris 1,441 1,403 38 2.6
Naugatuck 16,963 16,275 688 4.1
New Britain 36,356 34,447 1,909 5.3
New Canaan 8,280 8,013 267 3.2
New Fairfield 7,046 6,761 285 4.0
New Hartford 3,930 3,831 99 2.5
New Haven 67,249 64,062 3,187 4.7
New London 11,615 10,913 702 6.0
New Milford 14,813 14,372 441 3.0
Newington 17,082 16,492 590 3.5
Newtown 14,035 13,574 461 3.3
No. Stonington 2,801 2,706 95 3.4
Norfolk 914 890 24 2.6
North Branford 8,441 8,203 238 2.8
North Canaan 1,781 1,731 50 2.8
North Haven 13,898 13,409 489 3.5
Norwalk 50,477 48,648 1,829 3.6
Norwich 19,150 18,262 888 4.6
Old Lyme 3,582 3,433 149 4.2
Old Saybrook 5,297 5,101 196 3.7
Orange 7,568 7,359 209 2.8
Oxford 7,299 7,038 261 3.6
Plainfield 8,548 8,241 307 3.6
Plainville 10,413 9,995 418 4.0
Plymouth 6,578 6,286 292 4.4
Pomfret 2,493 2,440 53 2.1
Portland 5,395 5,233 162 3.0
Preston 2,347 2,228 119 5.1
Prospect 5,646 5,445 201 3.6
Putnam 4,842 4,612 230 4.8
Redding 4,367 4,216 151 3.5
Ridgefield 11,759 11,335 424 3.6
Rocky Hill 11,645 11,251 394 3.4
Roxbury 1,350 1,324 26 1.9
Salem 2,055 1,958 97 4.7
Salisbury 1,865 1,807 58 3.1
Scotland 958 920 38 4.0
Seymour 8,925 8,467 458 5.1
Sharon 1,521 1,486 35 2.3
Shelton 21,899 21,012 887 4.1
Sherman 1,836 1,789 47 2.6
Simsbury 14,012 13,589 423 3.0
Somers 5,062 4,891 171 3.4
South Windsor 14,401 13,922 479 3.3
Southbury 8,675 8,318 357 4.1
Southington 24,748 23,846 902 3.6
Sprague 1,528 1,457 71 4.6
Stafford 6,831 6,586 245 3.6
Stamford 71,157 68,451 2,706 3.8
Sterling 2,012 1,929 83 4.1
Stonington 9,464 9,136 328 3.5
Stratford 27,001 25,683 1,318 4.9
Suffield 7,795 7,536 259 3.3
Thomaston 4,682 4,532 150 3.2
Thompson 5,289 5,086 203 3.8
Tolland 8,570 8,278 292 3.4
Torrington 18,945 18,157 788 4.2
Trumbull 17,650 16,942 708 4.0
Union 471 454 17 3.6
Vernon 17,444 16,808 636 3.6
Voluntown 1,407 1,344 63 4.5
Wallingford 26,998 26,125 873 3.2
Warren 807 782 25 3.1
Washington 2,095 2,049 46 2.2
Waterbury 50,041 46,653 3,388 6.8
Waterford 9,746 9,353 393 4.0
Watertown 12,827 12,403 424 3.3
West Hartford 34,611 33,515 1,096 3.2
West Haven 31,096 29,752 1,344 4.3
Westbrook 3,783 3,648 135 3.6
Weston 4,294 4,161 133 3.1
Westport 12,881 12,471 410 3.2
Wethersfield 13,966 13,439 527 3.8
Willington 3,620 3,520 100 2.8
Wilton 8,305 8,032 273 3.3
Winchester 6,088 5,829 259 4.3
Windham 12,200 11,656 544 4.5
Windsor 16,528 15,872 656 4.0
Windsor Locks 7,674 7,415 259 3.4
Wolcott 9,864 9,535 329 3.3
Woodbridge 4,782 4,623 159 3.3
Woodbury 5,496 5,307 189 3.4
Woodstock 4,190 4,023 167 4.0
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