Leading us to recovery

Rell, M. Jodi
May 2009
Fairfield County Business Journal;5/11/2009, Vol. 48 Issue 19, Special section p2
The article reports on the statement of Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell on the struggles in the midst of the dark economy. Rell stated that the recession is being felt through every corner of the state as well as in every sector. She mentioned that one thing they have learned since the recession is the changes in the composition of the work force with women now compose 47% of all workers. She added that the state will turn to these great women employers as the economy starts to rebound.


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