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Connecticut General Statutes Title 31. Labor § 31-362c. Statement of policy.  Minijobs

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It is found and declared that there has been and continues to be a severe unemployment problem in this state;  that allowing unemployment to go unchecked results in increased state costs in the form of welfare benefits, jobless payments, crime prevention, social services and correctional institutions, and that the harmful psychological, financial and social ramifications of being unemployed must be avoided.  It is therefore further found and declared that it is essential to adopt in this state an innovative and realistic approach to the unemployment problem;  that the limited available work must be distributed throughout the unemployed population;  and that it is necessary to develop and coordinate a plan of identifying and providing minijobs and matching unemployed persons to those jobs.

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