What’s Working: Colorado didn’t hit a record-high labor force in 2021 after all
Ongoing revisions to economic data changed some of the trends we thought were happening in the state last year. Plus: Colorado’s job churn declines as wages rise.
What’s Working: Colorado asks how much does that job pay? Some out-of-state employers don’t like it
A site tracking job listings that exclude Coloradans saw a 25% increase in one day. Plus: state unemployment rate shrinks to 6.2%, unemployment fraud continues, and PUA folks must prove employment.
What’s Working: A “no gap” Colorado unemployment experience and why Charter increased its minimum wage to $18
MORE: What the new relief bill means to Colorado workers, why 4,000 unemployment accounts are still on hold in Colorado, and updates on 1099s, mixed earners and SEBs.
The future of cable TV, an industry once driven by Colorado, may be in its past
Technology helped Denver's cable pioneers dominate the video world, but now the industry wonders if video is still its future
A federal proposal to limit cable-TV fees has public-access channels scrambling for survival
For some Coloradans, these community and government channels may offer the only coverage of City Council meetings
Where to watch your local city council meeting and more in Colorado
Looking for more civic engagement? Here's a list from The Colorado Sun of Colorado public-access and government channels and where to watch local government meetings online.