With a $2.1 million budget shortfall, the city is asking some of its workers to trim their hours, take unpaid leave, retire early or quit.
Gov. John Hickenlooper told us recently about thousands of open jobs that pay at least $60,000. Is that really the case?
Jobs added since the Recession are mostly low-paying, hurting Black, Latino and young working Coloradans the most, according to a new report.
Colorado added more than 11,000 jobs between May and June. That’s more than twice the job growth from the previous two months.
Unemployment is falling in Colorado, so why aren't wages rising? Journalist Jennifer Oldham tried to figure out why.
By most measures, Colorado's economy is doing well. Unemployment is down, house prices are up, and people are flocking to the state. But for the long-term unemployed, it's a different story.
In the most comprehensive forecast of the state’s economy for the coming year, researchers at the University of Colorado expect job growth to continue, but see challenges ahead.