After a lackluster jobs report in September 2021, the latest news on employment gives Americans plenty of cheer about ahead of the holiday season.
Newly released federal data showed significant job growth for the month of October, a refreshing sign for economist after months of lagging job reports.
The costs of health insurance in Colorado are finally stabilizing, and Coloradans who do not get health coverage through their work will have more plans to choose from during this year's open-enrollment period.
COVID-19 has made food access more challenging for many communities.
Colorado added more than 5,100 nonfarm payroll jobs in last month, according to the latest data from the state's Department of Labor and Employment.
Coloradans could save on average around 24% on their health insurance premiums next year because of the state's reinsurance plan.
Total unemployment fell again last week, continuing an ongoing trend following the expiration of federal unemployment benefits in September.
A rating agency is warning water shortages in western states reliant on the Colorado River could lead to rate hikes that would be unaffordable for some.
New unemployment filings dropped last week to their lowest level since the second week of March 2020, right before stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of COVID-19 were put in place across the country.
The Kansas Emergency Rental Assistance program is helping Kansas residents - tenants and landlords - stay afloat during the pandemic recovery.