All the dire news about the nation's economy may have you wondering how Colorado is doing. Economic analyses, forecasts, and statistics are available from several state agencies.
Here are a few suggestions for beginning your research:
Colorado Economic Perspective: A quarterly publication reviewing and forecasting the economic and revenue situation for Colorado. (Office of State Planning and Budgeting)
Focus Colorado: Economic and Revenue Forecast, from the Colorado Legislative Council.
Employment/unemployment data, and labor market statistics from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
State Demography Office
Use the menu options on the left to locate statistics and analysis of the Colorado economy and labor force.
Colorado Business and Economic Information: A subject guide from the State Publications Library.
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