Colorado's Unemployment Rate Well Below National LevelColorado, with a booming software and information technology sector, boasts an unemployment rate of just 3.4 percent.
Unemployment Tumbles Below 4.5 Percent In ColoradoUnemployment rates fell in 32 U.S. states last month, including Colorado, as employers nationwide added the most jobs of any month this year.
Colorado Unemployment Rate Drops To 4.3 Percent In JulyColorado's unemployment rate has dropped one-tenth of a percentage point to 4.3 percent.
Colorado Jobless Rate Rises To 4.4 PercentColorado's unemployment rate rose slightly to 4.4 percent in June, with fewer people participating in the workforce.
Colorado Among States With Fastest Drop In UnemploymentConsumer confidence is at its highest level since 2007, and a large amount of the credit goes to improved job conditions.
Career Fair Offers Opportunities In Advertising, Health Care, RetailJob seekers have a chance to meet dozens of potential employers who are looking for good employees in Denver on Thursday.
Gov. Hickenlooper To Unveil Colorado Hiring InitiativeGov. John Hickenlooper plans to unveil a workforce initiative that his administration says will increase hiring in Colorado.
Colorado Unemployment Rate Lowest Since January 2008Colorado's unemployment rate is now at its lowest level since before the recession.
Hickenlooper Plans To Address Long-Term UnemployedColorado's unemployment rate is at 4.3 percent. But tens of thousands of residents still have been unable to find a job for more than six months.
Colorado Jobless Rate Hits 4.3 Percent, 6½ Year LowColorado's unemployment rate has dropped by 0.4 percentage point to 4.3 percent in October, the lowest level in more than 6½ years.
Beauprez Pins State's Success To Local Control, Hands-Off GovernmentBob Beauprez believes he can mount a comeback. He thinks Colorado will, too -- if he's elected.
Colorado Loses 700 Jobs But Unemployment Rate DipsState officials say Colorado lost 700 jobs in August but the unemployment rate dropped as the labor force shrank.