Colorado Unemployment

The Colorado Deptartment of Labor & Employment (credit: CBS)

Colorado Unemployment Rate Holds At 6.1 Percent

Colorado’s unemployment remained at 6.1 percent in February as more people got jobs and even more joined the labor force.


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Despite Losing Jobs, Colorado Unemployment Holding Steady

Colorado lost thousands of jobs last month, but the state’s unemployment rate is holding steady.


The Colorado Deptartment of Labor & Employment (credit: CBS)

Colorado Unemployment Rate Continues To Drop

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment says the state’s unemployment rate dropped to 7.3 percent in January from December’s 7.6 percent.


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Colorado Unemployment Rate Decreases Slightly To 8%

Colorado’s unemployment rate decreased to 8 percent in September, down two-tenths of a percentage point from August’s unemployment rate of 8.2 percent.


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Colorado’s Unemployment Rate Drops Slightly

The jobless numbers dropped to 8.2 percent in August. That’s down 1/10th of a percentage point from July’s unemployment rate of 8.3 percent.


Jobless line up outside the Colorado Dept. of Employment in Denver. (credit: CBS)

Colorado Unemployment Rate Dips To 7.9 Percent

Colorado’s unemployment rate has fallen below 8 percent for the first time since the middle of 2010.


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Colorado Unemployment Down Slightly To 8 Percent

The state labor department said Tuesday that Colorado’s unemployment rate was 8 percent during November, one-tenth of a percentage point lower than in October.


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Colorado Unemployment Drops Slightly To 8.1 Percent

Unemployment is down slightly in Colorado thanks to the addition of new jobs in October.


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Businesses Expecting State Insurance Bills

Colorado is turning to business owners to cover interest on a federal loan used to cover unemployment benefits.


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Balance In Colorado Unemployment Fund Improves

Legislative economists say a Colorado fund that pays out unemployment benefits should be solvent again in the coming fiscal year.




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