The job market for IT specialists in Connecticut continues to deteriorate. While in August the situation seemed to improve a bit, in September employers were less confident about their need for more staff. This has been a trend since May and we expect the IT job market to soften further. Nevertheless, IT occupations remain higher in demand than many others because they enable employers to improve their business processes.
The IT job market in Connecticut improved again last month. Employers increased their job openings by 5.7% in August as compared to July. While this is good news the recent improvements may not last. There are signs that the overall job market may weaken in the fall which we expect to have a negative impact on IT job opportunities as well. This means that the rollercoaster job market ride is likely to continue.
July's IT Jobs Report delivers more bad news as the recovery from the recession continues. July is the second month of loss in a row and the slow summer season is just starting up.
The New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Rail Project will connect Hartford and Springfield to new business, educational, and cultural opportunities along the Knowledge Corridor, and in Southwestern Connecticut and New York City. What are these opportunities, and what should we do to maximize them? We’ll hear from local business leaders as well as representatives from other successful rail corridors on how we can best leverage state and federal [...]
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