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Connecticut Labor Market Information - CES Production Workers/All Employee Hours & Earnings - Current Month
  Production Workers / All Employees Hours & Earnings Current Month - State of Connecticut Last Updated: January 25, 2021
Hours and Earnings: The private sector workweek, not seasonally adjusted, averaged 34.2 hours in December 2020, up one-tenth of an hour from December 2019 (0.3%). Average hourly earnings at $34.39, not seasonally adjusted, were up $0.57 (1.7%) from the December 2019 estimate ($33.82). Average private sector weekly pay tallied $1,176.14, up $22.88 from a year ago (2.0%). Download Average Hourly/Weekly Earnings/Weekly Hours .xls
   AVG WEEKLY EARNINGS    AVG WEEKLY HOURS   AVG HOURLY EARNINGS
Dec CHG Nov           Dec CHG Nov               Dec CHG Nov
(Not seasonally adjusted) 2020 2019 Y/Y 2020 2020 2019 Y/Y 2020 2020 2019 Y/Y 2020
PRODUCTION WORKER                      
MANUFACTURING $1,155.47 $1,220.16 -$64.70 $1,177.74 40.5 43.1 -2.6 40.5 $28.53 $28.31 $0.22 $29.08
 DURABLE GOODS 1,242.59 1,336.08 -93.49 1,266.08 41.2 42.7 -1.5 41.0 30.16 31.29 -1.13 30.88
 NON-DUR. GOODS 866.35 854.26 12.09 897.39 38.3 44.4 -6.1 39.0 22.62 19.24 3.38 23.01
CONSTRUCTION 1,389.42 1,285.60 103.82 1,376.29 39.8 40.0 -0.2 39.3 34.91 32.14 2.77 35.02
                   
ALL EMPLOYEES                        
STATEWIDE                  
TOTAL PRIVATE 1,176.14 1,153.26 22.88 1,192.65 34.2 34.1 0.1 34.4 34.39 33.82 0.57 34.67
GOODS PRODUCING 1,422.02 1,471.01 -48.99 1,411.29 38.8 39.8 -1.0 38.9 36.65 36.96 -0.31 36.28
   Construction 1,423.93 1,336.84 87.09 1,444.22 37.7 37.7 0.0 38.4 37.77 35.46 2.31 37.61
   Manufacturing 1,432.67 1,558.82 -126.16 1,409.34 39.5 41.0 -1.5 39.4 36.27 38.02 -1.75 35.77
SERVICE PROVIDING 1,129.20 1,097.27 31.94 1,153.49 33.3 33.1 0.2 33.6 33.91 33.15 0.76 34.33
   Trade, Transp., Utilities 956.20 961.62 -5.42 988.22 33.8 34.1 -0.3 34.1 28.29 28.20 0.09 28.98
   Financial Activities 1,956.99 1,969.59 -12.61 2,135.46 38.2 38.2 0.0 39.7 51.23 51.56 -0.33 53.79
   Prof. & Business Serv. 1,292.69 1,287.60 5.09 1,302.84 35.3 34.8 0.5 36.0 36.62 37.00 -0.38 36.19
   Education & Health Ser. 1,073.81 964.31 109.50 1,074.16 34.1 32.6 1.5 33.8 31.49 29.58 1.91 31.78
   Leisure & Hospitality 459.36 461.34 -1.98 463.96 24.0 25.1 -1.1 24.6 19.14 18.38 0.76 18.86
   Other Services 804.97 786.89 18.08 790.20 29.4 30.3 -0.9 30.0 27.38 25.97 1.41 26.34
LABOR MARKET AREAS: TOTAL PRIVATE              
   Bridgeport-Stamford 1,282.48 1,224.85 57.63 1,309.23 34.0 34.3 -0.3 34.7 37.72 35.71 2.01 37.73
   Danbury 1,074.97 1,072.47 2.50 1,107.68 33.9 33.8 0.1 34.8 31.71 31.73 -0.02 31.83
   Hartford 1,203.49 1,240.45 -36.96 1,221.65 35.2 35.2 0.0 35.4 34.19 35.24 -1.05 34.51
   New Haven 1,109.27 1,058.60 50.67 1,116.09 34.1 33.5 0.6 34.1 32.53 31.60 0.93 32.73
   Norwich-New London 904.98 828.74 76.24 914.29 32.6 30.9 1.7 32.7 27.76 26.82 0.94 27.96
   Waterbury 960.32 957.31 3.01 1,015.84 32.0 34.3 -2.3 33.1 30.01 27.91 2.10 30.69
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