The CT DOL: The Economic Outlook for Connecticut What’s the status of Connecticut and how does this affect YOUR industry, YOUR company, YOUR employees and YOUR Strategic Plans for 2017 and beyond!
Featured Speaker: Patrick Flaherty, Economist, DOL
Patrick J. Flaherty is Assistant Director of Research and Information at the Connecticut Department of Labor. Prior to his promotion to Assistant Director he was an economist in the Office of Research where his responsibilities included occupational projections and long-term industry projections. He received his Bachelors Degree in Social Studies from Harvard University and his Masters Degree in Economics from the University of Connecticut. Patrick’s research interests focus on displaced workers and human capital development. He has authored several manuscripts for the Office of Research, has given many talks and presentations to business and jobseeker groups.
Among his experiences, Patrick worked for fourteen years for Fleet Financial Group and its predecessor companies where he was Vice President and Senior Economist, and served 10 years as a State Representative in the Connecticut General Assembly.
“More of the Same Yet Everything Seems Different!”
Join us for this curious dive into the current and projected situation of Connecticut as we discuss the labor force, industries and occupations. Discover what is being forecasting for the future for employment and wages.
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