WETHERSFIELD — Preliminary figures from the stateÂ’s Department of Labor show that there were 4,100 fewer nonfarm jobs in the state in April compared with the previous month, and 2,300 fewer positions compared with April 2011. However, the numbers could be misleading because of factors that include mild winter weather which made for above-average employment activity in industries that usually see a generic valium during the winter months. That could make spring employment figures less sanguine.
Â“The decline in both monthly and annual job growth numbers in April is disappointing, but unusual seasonal patterns this past winter into spring make buy valium online numbers difficult to interpret,Â” said Andy Condon, director of DOLÂ’s Office of Research, in a statement. Condon chose to interpret the numbers visit us saying, Â“Despite variability in growth from month to month we still appear to be on a path of positive, albeit modest, job growth.ambien online Connecticut saw a net gain of 5,300 jobs in the first four months of this year, according to the department. The stateÂ’s April unemployment rate remained the same as the previous month, 7.7 percent.
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