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Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: December 2022

Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: December 2022

FULL REPORT In December, Colorado’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.3%, the lowest since February 2020. Colorado exhibited strong job growth in December, adding 8,600 jobs amidst higher-than-average inflation and rising interest rates. The professional and business...

Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: October 2022

Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: October 2022

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In October, Colorado’s population-adjusted employment recovered to its pre-pandemic level for the first time. Colorado added 17,700 jobs in October and the unemployment rate rose to 3.6%.

Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: September 2022

Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: September 2022

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Colorado added 5,600 jobs in September and the unemployment rate remained at 3.4%. August’s employment estimate was revised up by 2,200 jobs, bringing the prior month’s growth to 14,600 jobs.

Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: May 2022

Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: May 2022

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Colorado’s robust economy has added 405,400 jobs since April 2020, eclipsing the 374,500 jobs the state lost in March and April 2020. This represents a recovery rate of 109.6 percent which is 13.3 percentage points higher than the nationwide recovery rate of 96.3%.

Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: April 2022

Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: April 2022

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Colorado’s robust economy has added 405,400 jobs since April 2020, eclipsing the 374,500 jobs the state lost in March and April 2020. This represents a recovery rate of 108.3 percent which is 13.3 percentage points higher than the nationwide recovery rate of 95%. Colorado added 14,600 jobs in April and March’s employment level was revised downwards by 500.

Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: August 2022

Colorado Jobs and Labor Force Update: March 2022

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Colorado’s robust economy has added 391,300 jobs since April 2020, eclipsing the 374,500 jobs the state lost in March and April 2020. This represents a recovery rate of 104.5 percent which is 11.6 percentage points higher than the nationwide recovery rate of 92.9.