WETHERSFIELD — The vicissitudes of Mother Nature during the winter months made a positive impact on ConnecticutÂ’s jobless rate, according to the stateÂ’s Department of Labor. click here unemployment dropped to 8.0 percent in January 2012, as the weather at best encouraged and there least did not impede business activity. Â“The regionÂ’s mild winter appears to be helping job growth in Connecticut across many industries, including construction, manufacturing, and trade,Â” said Andy Condon, director of DOLÂ’s Office of Research in a statement. Condon added that the state saw a new development in comparison with recent months: a slight labor force shrinkage. Still, ConnecticutÂ’s January unemployment rate was below the national here of 8.3 xanax online. In Connecticut, January job gains were seen in ten of the stateÂ’s employment supersectors, for a total valium online 7,100 new nonfarm jobs over the previous month.
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