Colorado Job Growth Quickens, Surprising Economists

Colorado has the fifth lowest unemployment rate in the nation. May saw just 2.8 percent of the workforce without a job.

Economists say that’s basically full employment, and it should make it difficult for companies to find talent. Surprisingly, that doesn’t seem to be a problem. Employers added 72,800 jobs over the year.

The result is job growth that “continues to increase despite historically low unemployment rate,” said Ryan Gedney, senior economist with the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.

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