Colorado added 12,400 jobs in August—the largest amount since April 2022.
The state has still not recovered to its pre-pandemic employment rate according to these numbers, which include only those employed by registered establishments.
In this report, CSI outlines the details of Initiative #31 and projects the impacts it could have across the Colorado economy upon both the private sector and the state.
Prices in Colorado rose by 1.72% between May and July, up from 1.33% over the two months prior.
Colorado’s robust economy has added 412,300 jobs since April 2020, eclipsing the 374,500 jobs the state lost in March and April 2020.
State enterprise revenue in Colorado grew to $27.1 billion in fiscal year 2021, accounting for 40% of all state spending.