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  • United Way of Greater New Haven 2003 Needs Assessment Household Survey

    This survey, commissioned by the United Way of Greater New Haven, was conducted by telephone and sampled residents of the Greater New Haven area. Common concerns that came up were economic stability, tobacco use among youth, and health care.

    Mar. 27, 2003

    Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy, Health

  • State of the Workforce 2002

    The 2002 iteration of the State of the Workforce report addressed the growing labor shortage in Connecticut.

    Dec. 31, 2002

    Economy

  • Jobs First: Final Report on Connecticut’s Welfare Reform Initiative (Executive Summary)

    The Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation evaluated Connecticut's Jobs First program. Jobs First is a unique program because it limits the time for which people receive welfare benefits. This report studies the effects of the program on participants and their families and compares them to families that received welfare under prior policies.

    Feb. 28, 2002

    Economy

  • Jobs First: Final Report on Connecticut's Welfare Reform Initiative

    The MDRC studied the effects of Jobs First, Connecticut's welfare program, on welfare recipients and their families. Jobs First limits welfare recipients to 21 months of cash assistance. This system was compared to the previously existing system.

    Feb. 28, 2002

    Economy

  • Connecticut Career Paths: Information and Insights on Employment, Careers and Training 2001-2002

    The Connecticut Career Resource Network assembled this publication to share information about over 150 careers in the state and provide guidance on career options, academic preparation, resume writing, etc.

    Jan. 1, 2002

    Economy

  • Connecticut Strategic Economic Framework

    This report was written at the end of the 20th century, and it reflects on the state of the world at the time — in particular, it addresses the downfall of the Soviet Union. On a smaller scale, the report also analyzes the interconnectedness of the northeastern United States, and then zooms in to focus on New England and the various urban centers contained within. These cities and their surrounding transportation infrastructures are used as a lens with which to study the economic state of the region as a whole.

    Dec. 31, 1999

    Economy

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