Healthcare jobs on decline in Connecticut
Hartford Courant, July 24, 2009
As the broader economy appears to be stabilizing, Connecticut's hospitals and nursing homes are suddenly eliminating jobs. Connecticut posted the first significant job losses in the healthcare sector in more than a decade in the second quarter of 2009, according to the state Department of Labor. Since March, the state has lost 1,800 healthcare jobs, or nearly 0.75%.
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