Unemployment in Colorado was 3.8 percent in October, its lowest since 2007. And the state often ranks highly on the "best places for business." But many residents don't share in the economic success, according to a new report from the Colorado Center on Law and Policy, a progressive anti-poverty group.

In particular, Black and Latino Coloradans have higher unemployment rates than Whites, and have lower median income. Women also bring in less money than men in Colorado.

Michelle Webster is manager of research and policy analysis at CCLP, and she spoke with Colorado Matters host Nathan Heffel about her findings. The data above comes from the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment Statistics.