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 Occupational Tools
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Connecticut Job & Career Connection
Intended for use by students, teachers, counselors, job developers, job seekers, anyone in need of information on jobs and careers. It will guide you with a step-by-step process to explore the world of work - choosing an occupation, finding appropriate education and training, and finding the right job.

Connecticut Education & Training Connection
Explore the world of Education & Training in Connecticut - find providers in your area, locate providers that offer the program or course you are interested in, or find out which programs or courses are related to the occupation you are interested in.

Connecticutís Reemployment Portal
Job hunting requires some creative thinking. Whether you've been in the same job for many years or find yourself having to "transition" to a new job, making a career change can be a frightening and frustrating experience. CTís Reemployment Portal displays occupations with similar characteristics such as knowledge areas, tools and technology, and general work activities of your selected occupation.

Connecticut Careers in STEM
Research careers in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

 Employment & Labor Force Tools
Covered Employment and Wages (QCEW)
Covered employment provides a quarterly count of all employees covered by Unemployment Insurance. It provides more industry and geographic detail than the CES data, but it is not as current.

Current Employment Statistics (CES)
Find the most current estimates of nonfarm employment, hours, and earnings data by industry for the state and major metropolitan areas.

Economic Scorecards
Taken together, this group of economic indicators presents an overall picture of the current conditions in the CT labor market, business climate, consumer sector and the current/future overall. Charts, trends, year-to-year changes and data for twenty-four economic indicators.

Local Area Employment Statistics (LAUS)
Find current and historical unemployment rates and labor force statistics by area here.

Occupational Employment & Wages (OES)
Provides accurate and meaningful wage information to employers, job seekers, counselors, students, anyone in need of wage information. Employers may find the data useful as a guide in analyzing pay scales; job seekers and students could utilize the information in making employment and career decisions; program planners should be aware of employment and wage levels in determining training programs to be offered.

 Business & Employers Tools
Employer Search
Search for Connecticut Employers by industry, geography, occupation or company name. Find the largest companies in Connecticut or search all by region, WIA, or town. Click on a company name to view more information about that employer. This employer information is provided by InfoGroupģ.

Occupational Projections
As a planning tool, this data will help assess how technology and growth will continue to affect our industrial make-up and the types of careers in demand over the next decade. By doing so, employment and training specialists, counselors, students, and others who need information on future employment will have the tools necessary to make informed career choices.

Training & Education Planning System (TEPS)
Designed to aid the analysis and discussion of the demand and supply of talent in Connecticutís workforce. It is intended to help identify where there may be skill shortages or surpluses in the labor market, and thereby guide investments in education and training programs by program planners and administrators, as well as by individuals considering career options.

Workforce Employment Dynamics (WED)
Provides information on the characteristics of CTís jobholders, including detailed breakdowns by age, gender, industry, geographic region and wages earned. WED data will be useful for any initiative that relies on an understanding of the labor market, but can be especially valuable for workforce development policy formulation and planning.

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