One out of six CT government jobs is vacant as workers keep leaving

Nelita Collins

Connecticut governors and legislatures have been using job freezes to help close state budget deficits for more than a decade.

And even after state tax receipts began pouring in, Gov. Ned Lamont has frozen vacancies faster than did his predecessor — much to the consternation of lawmakers.

One out of six CT government jobs is vacant as workers keep leaving

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