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
Economic development has helped the region stay ahead of the nation but with advances, there are growing pains, like keeping housing affordable for the needed workers.
The Labor Day weekend edition shares reader sentiment on what job seekers want in a job, salary and more. Plus: Remember when there were six workers for every job opening?
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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With venture funding on the decline, “pre-founding” startup capital emerges to reward ideas. Plus: Denver’s venture industry declining less than other cities, rising minimum wages and more
From old couches and mattresses to baby gear, paint and contact lenses, these Colorado organizations want your old stuff to help the planet, consumers and an underused workforce.
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!
Job openings are in decline nationwide, too. Have we reached a new equilibrium? Plus: Who stopped looking for work?
The standard measure of inflation is only calculated for Denver and not the rest of the state. But here’s one new methodology.