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State of Connecticut - Business & Employment Changes Announced in the News Media
  Business & Employment Changes Announced in the News Media - State of Connecticut Last Updated: September 30, 2021
This publication lists start-ups, expansions, staff reductions, and layoffs reported by the media, both current and future. The report provides company name, the number of workers involved, date of the action, the principal product or service of the company, a brief synopsis of the action, and the source and date of the media article. July / August / September 2021 Business & Employment Changes Announced in the News Media PDF
Startups and Expansions in July / August / September 2021

Scinto's latest development expected to bring NY manufacturer to Shelton

Move to Southbury, electric car charger company, Gyre9, expects production to grow 20-fold

FedEx hiring for 1,200 jobs in Connecticut

CVS Health looks to hire 470 workers in CT, including pharmacists, technicians, nurses

Big Y hiring more than 100 part-time, full-time employees for new location in Clinton

Shaking Crab in New London will offer Cajun seafood — served by robots

Geico opens first Fairfield County storefront - with gecko in tow

Bloomfield's R&D Dynamics chosen for work on federal fuel cell project

Sun Life Financial moving CT office, 300 employees to downtown Hartford

Avelo Airlines to hire 100 at Tweed New Haven Airport

M&T Bank pledges at least 1,000 jobs at Bridgeport headquarters of People's United Bank

Aflac bringing 150 jobs to new Windsor office as Claims Administrator for CT Paid Leave program

Plainfield starts to cash in as construction set to begin on Amazon warehouse

Real estate fintech Tomo bringing corporate HQ to Stamford

Layoffs and Staff Reductions in July / August / September 2021

Hartford's Blind Pig Pizza to close Oct. 3

Southington's Serafino Pharmacy closes after 65 years, residents share memories

Best Buy closing Meriden Mall store next month, cites expired lease

Citizen Chicken and Donuts in West Hartford closes after only 7 months

Burger joint closes after 10 years on Norwalk strip

Middletown-based Liberty Bank to close six CT branches

Bridgeport-based People's United Bank to lay off 747 workers

WARN Notices for July / August / September 2021

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2021 Connecticut Career Paths

This publication is created to provide you the information about the skills and training to prepare yourself for a successful career in one of over 340 occupations in the state. For each of the occupations included in the Career Table, information is provided on number employed, job openings, education and training requirements and the earning potential for your chosen field.

Connecticut STEM and Manufacturing Jobs

This publication contains information about STEM occupations, earnings, educational requirements, and job prospects. There are also suggestions on how to prepare for a STEM career and where to find more information.

State of Connecticut Career Posters - Job Journeys

For those seeking more information before making a career choice, the Department's "Job Journeys" posters can serve as a valuable resource. These colorful, at-a-glance illustrations of the jobs found in each of Connecticut's 16 career clusters include pay and education information, related jobs,and how they measure up as an "in-demand' career.

Manufacturing and other Middle skills Jobs

A recent publication by the Connecticut Department of Labor's Office of Research titled, Connecticut's Manufacturing and Other Middle-skills Jobs, was created to inform people seeking work or considering a career change of various employment opportunities. Connecticut areas and industries with the most job postings and related jobs to each occupation are also included in the publication.

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