In the US in the past decade, "51 percent of all new home mortgages taken out have been taken out by Latino families."
- Eighty-one percent of all firms surveyed plan to add workers -- that's higher than the national average.Read more
Getting broadband Internet to rural areas can boost income and employment -- if residents adopt it.
Jobs added since the Recession are mostly low-paying, hurting Black, Latino and young working Coloradans the most, according to a new report.
- About 6,000 people will enter the work force, during a year when employers are on track to add more than 49,000 new jobs.Read more
According to data analysis by Chalkbeat Colorado, turnover of teachers is at its highest in 15 years. Some schools see that as a good thing.
- Across the state, there were at least 4,200 fewer online job advertisements last month, reports the Denver Business Journal.Read more