This is according to preliminary numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Labor.
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The report estimates that the state lost 3,900 jobs in August. In July, Connecticut lost 1,100 jobs.
Overall, Connecticut has now recovered 78% of the 119,000 jobs lost in the Great Recession.
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