Statea s economy still in a funk

Nov 20, 2012 Full story: TheDay.Com

A weak October jobs report Monday combined with the release of a quarterly survey of business executives that showed little optimism about future prospects provided more evidence that Connecticut's economic recovery has stalled.

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#1 Nov 21, 2012
As we all read about the jobs in the new london area. another layoff is comming from mohegan sun. in january.this is not going to be good for people . this layoff is going to be big. not good, every dept is going to be hit. i dont know what this area is going to do , the jobs are gone . you cant work for mininum wage and support a house . so more homes on the market this area is detroit in 2 years going to grow into a eastern slum. with nothing but empty buildings and empty homes. what are we to do they need to bring business back or we are going to see unrest in this area as is the us.. people are tired of the crap and need jobs

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