Education to Employment Alliance members believe lack of exposure is the main culprit behind middle-skills job openings. Some students in career-connected programs don’t agree.
At least that’s the business community’s take on new job-openings data. Plus: Wage growth is flat, if not lower when adjusted for inflation.
Age has a lot to do with the state’s shifting labor force. Plus: Unemployment rate at its highest in 15 months, housing and gas prices up again, labor preps for strikes
Where do those numbers come from? We found some, but here’s what else you need to know about job data.
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There’s other factors, including the number of young, educated and tech-savvy workers. Plus: “Durable skills” vs. AI, Colorado’s June job report and more!
Denver inflation falls but is still higher than the nation. Plus: Housing prices dip, more Coloradans are working and wages are growing. But slower.
The state’s unemployment rate was unchanged at 2.8%. Plus: Wages are up, unless you add in inflation, Denver renters see more perks, and more!
A record number of companies filed to start a business last year, but what does that mean? Plus: More money for rural startups, unemployment issues and the latest labor law poll tally
Businesses added jobs, but more people left the job market in December. Plus: Colorado leads highest increase in gas prices, readers share annoying inflation interactions, and more!