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Topic - Joe Brennan
"Connecticut has only recovered about 50 percent of the jobs lost during the last recession, so while we did see some progress in February, we still have a long way to go on the job front," he said.
Joe Brennan, senior vice president of public policy for the Connecticut Business and Industry Association, said "some troubling trends" persist, such as the loss of 1,900 jobs in manufacturing.