Colorado has recovered 98% of jobs lost in pandemic, as unemployment rate drops to 4.1%
Revisions to labor data also show the state was doing better than previously thought, as the state's unemployment rate is close to the nation's.
Opinion: The technology, and workforce, for clean energy already are in place. Now it’s time to invest
The payback would be 6-to-1, and would save Coloradans billions in energy costs
Opinion: Colorado’s aggressive clean-energy policy will grow the economy
But getting the most out of it requires a federal-level response
Opinion: Jared Polis’ COVID-19 business restrictions have caused needless harm to Colorado’s economy
Prior to the pandemic, Colorado had among the lowest unemployment rates in the nation. Now, we rank in the bottom third.
Colorado’s fiscal future looks brighter. Now lawmakers must decide how to spend the unexpected windfall.
The December revenue forecasts from the governor’s office and legislative economists show the recovery is impacting high-wage and low-wage workers differently