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On average, employees at Record-Journal stay with the company for 3.6 years. Employees most commonly join Record-Journal after leaving WTNH News 8. When they leave Record-Journal, they most frequently get their next job at New Haven Register.
|Average Length of Employment|
The Hartford Courant Company5.5 years
New Haven Register3.8 years
Concord Monitor3.7 years
|Top Employers Before Record-Journal|
WTNH News 813.6 %
Bristol-Myers Squibb9.1 %
Barnes & Noble6.8 %
|Top Employers After Record-Journal|
New Haven Register9.1 %
Scotsman Press9.1 %
Digital First Media6.8 %
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