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.
Unemployment is down slightly in Colorado thanks to the addition of new jobs in October.
Colorado is turning to business owners to cover interest on a federal loan used to cover unemployment benefits.
Legislative economists say a Colorado fund that pays out unemployment benefits should be solvent again in the coming fiscal year.
Colorado’s unemployment rate is moving in the right direction.
Colorado may be adding jobs, but not enough to keep up with the number of people looking for work.
Colorado’s unemployment rate has inched up slightly despite four straight months of job growth.
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