This past week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that Colorado job growth for 2016 was revised upwards to 60,700 and job growth for 2017 was bumped up to 52,600. The number of Colorado jobs increased by 2.4% in 2016 and 2.2% in 2017.
Compared to previous years, this level of job growth for Colorado is “so-so”, but it is positive and the economy is on solid footing.
For more details check out the review of 2018 by clicking here and scrolling down to the Monthly Reviews section. For more details check out cber.co Colorado Economic 2018 Forecast. For additional economic information about the Colorado economy go to http://www.cber.co.
(information via Gary Horvath)