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Connecticut Labor Market Information - Connecticut Towns Listed by Region
Bridgeport - Stamford Labor Market Area
Ansonia Fairfield Newtown Seymour Trumbull
Bridgeport Greenwich Norwalk Shelton Weston
Darien Milford Oxford Southbury Westport
Derby Monroe Redding Stamford Wilton
Easton New Caanan Ridgefield Stratford Woodbridge
Danbury Labor Market Area
Bethel Brookfield New Fairfield Sherman  
Bridgewater Danbury New Milford    
Enfield Labor Market Area
East Windsor Enfield Somers Suffield Windsor Locks
Hartford Labor Market Area
Andover Columbia Haddam Middletown South Windsor
Ashford Coventry Hartford New Britain Stafford
Avon Cromwell Hartland New Hartford Thomaston
Barkhamsted East Granby Harwinton Newington Tolland
Berlin East Haddam Hebron Plainville Union
Bloomfield East Hampton Lebanon Plymouth Vernon
Bolton East Hartford Manchester Portland West Hartford
Bristol Ellington Mansfield Rocky Hill Wethersfield
Burlington Farmington Marlborough Simsbury Willington
Canton Glastonbury Middlefield Southington Windsor
Colchester Granby      
New Haven Labor Market Area
Bethany Deep River Hamden New Haven Orange
Branford Durham Killingworth North Branford Wallingford
Cheshire East Haven Madison North Haven Westbrook
Chester Essex Meriden Old Saybrook West Haven
Clinton Guilford      
Norwich - New London Labor Market Area
Bozrah Griswold Lyme Norwich Sprague
Canterbury Groton Montville Old Lyme Stonington
East Lyme Ledyard New London Preston Voluntown
Franklin Lisbon North Stonington Salem Waterford
Westerly, RI        
Torrington Labor Market Area
Bethlehem Goshen Norfolk Sharon Washington
Cannan Kent North Cannan Torrington Winchester
Colebrook Litchfield Roxbury Warren Woodbury
Cornwall Morris Salisbury    
Waterbury Labor Market Area
Beacon Falls Naugatuck Waterbury Watertown Wolcott
Middlebury Prospect      
Willimantic - Danielson Labor Market Area
Brooklyn Hampton Pomfret Sterling Windham
Chaplin Killingly Putnam Thompson Woodstock
Eastford Plainfield Scotland    
As defined by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, an economically integrated geographic area within which individuals can reside and find employment within a reasonable distance or can readily change employment without changing their place of residence.
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