Audio: The end of the unemployment boost in Colorado
Tamara Chuang talks with KUNC's Colorado Edition about her story
The $600 federal unemployment benefit is ending. Here’s what that means for out-of-work Coloradans.
The state added 100,000 workers to the labor force in June, a recovery of about 37% of jobs lost between February and April. But coronavirus infections are on the rise, and new safety restrictions are being enacted.
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Here's what could happen to a Colorado PPP loan recipient in bankruptcy, others with layoffs or operations outside the state, and another that thrived in the pandemic -- and paid back its loan already
Colorado processed 61,000 unemployment claims in four days with upgraded system
$2 trillion federal stimulus package, which provides unemployment benefits to gig workers for the first time, has Colorado employers wondering whether to keep going or lay off workers because of COVID-19.
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Colorado's unemployment fund has enough to cover 18 months of unemployment pay -- but only in a regular recession. There’s concern the coronavirus will cause an extraordinary downturn and that the program is underfunded.