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Our LMI Publications page, where you will see the titles of all our publications, is another resource to help in your job search. You can read these publications at our centers or order them for your continued use. They contain data, tables and/or charts along with text which have been collected, analyzed, and organized especially for the convenience of our readers.

The Office of Research occasionally undertakes special studies and projects of importance to the State on topics relevant to the labor market, workforce, and the workforce development system. See Occasional Papers & Reports for a complete listing.

Connecticut Your Job Search Guide Connecticut Your Job Search Guide
Provides job seekers with a complete guide to developing a job search plan. Topics include skills assessment, deciding on a career, resume tips, networking, interview preparation, electronic resumes, cover letters, thank you letters, and various resources for career planning and job development.
Soaring to New Heights...Connecticut Job Outlook by Training Level 2006 - 2016 Soaring to New Heights - CT Job Outlook by Training Level 2006-16
Provides information on over 130 occupations in demand in the Connecticut job market through the year 2016. Occupations by education and training requirement, and includes forecasted annual job openings and the hourly wage range for each occupation.
Connecticut Career Paths Connecticut Career Paths: 2013
Narrative descriptions of over 150 occupations with number employed, job openings, training required, education/training sites and salary info. Includes articles on writing a great résumé, using the Internet for career/job development, choosing a career, hot jobs in CT, health occupations, CT's school-to-career initiative, and programs/resources available to help people with job and career decisions.
Connecticut Careers - Start Now! A Look at Connecticut's Entry-Level Occupations Start Now! A Look at Connecticut's Entry-Level Occupations
Provides information on 33 occupations that require little or no post-secondary education and/or work experience. Each occupational profile contains a job description, wages, current employment and projected job openings, basic job requirements, typical workplaces and industries that employ the occupation, where to get additional training and support services to help advance in the career.
Connecticut Career Posters Connecticut Career Posters
Colorful, at-a-glance illustrations of job journeys in each of CT's 16 career clusters. Each poster includes information on some of Connecticut's in-demand occupations within each career cluster, grouped by level of education or training required and average annual wage.
Connecticut Occupational Employment and Wages - 2011 (pdf, 414KB) Connecticut Occupational Employment and Wages - 2011 (pdf, 414KB)
Provides accurate and meaningful wage information to employers, job seekers, counselors, students, planners of vocational education programs, economic developers, Regional Workforce Development Boards, and others.
Good Jobs Don't Always Require a Degree Good Jobs Don't Always Require a Degree  (pdf, 464KB)
This is a tri-fold pamphlet that provides information about jobs and career paths that do not require a college degree.
Connecticut Career Resource Network Update Connecticut Career Resource Network Update
The CCRN Update is published three times a year and provides individuals in the educational and occupational training communities with information on resources and upcoming events. Articles include reviews of new Web sites and books, occupational descriptions, announcements of conferences and job fairs, and other articles of interest.
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