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.
The city had a big head start with five nearby military bases. Now the region’s cybersecurity growth is on the map and ahead of metro areas like Denver.
Denver inflation falls but is still higher than the nation. Plus: Housing prices dip, more Coloradans are working and wages are growing. But slower.
Fewer teenagers are part of Colorado’s labor force than past decades. Employers are focusing on retention and hiring longer-term workers.
It’s the state’s Advanced Industries program, which has provided $128 million in grants to early-stage companies in the past decade. So, what do taxpayers get out of it?
Pilots are picketing, airlines are hiring. What that means for summer travel. Plus: Colorado and the debt ceiling, job complications, more!
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!
Fort Collins and Colorado Springs metro areas outpaced the Denver metro for rent hikes since 2019. Plus: Median home prices fell last month but not enough for many renters.
Yes, no and maybe but what’s it to you? Plus: The $1 fee to file a new business startup expected to end this month, first-time homebuyers do exist and more