Low Wage Employment Remains Down 32%

Marc Fitch


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Connecticut’s employment numbers are trailing the rest of the country in all income groups as the state struggles to bounce back from the COVID lockdowns, but the jobs gap remains especially pronounced for low wage workers. Connecticut’s low wage jobs – defined as those earning $27,000 or less per year – remain 32.8 percent below […]
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