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Colorado’s share of weatherization stimulus money could mean some jobs for the state. The federal government will give Colorado more than $128 million for the state’s weatherization and energy programs as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Sens. Mark Udall and Michael Bennet said Colorado will get $79.5 million for the weatherization program… Continue Reading Weatherization money could blow a few jobs into town

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USOC to cut work force

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WASHINGTON – The U.S. Olympic Committee announced today it will trim its workforce, further reduce programming and slash more administrative expenses in cost-cutting measures that should save $7.1 million.A gloomy economic forecast prompted the 10-member USOC board to implement the undetermined number of layoffs, expected within a month among 330 employees at the Olympic Training… Continue Reading USOC to cut work force

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Peak Vista Community Health Centers will receive $1.3 million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The money will aid 5,240 patients and create at least 40 jobs. The money is being distributed by the Health and Human Services Administration and is part of $155 million in grants set aside for community health centers. “These… Continue Reading Peak Vista stimulus money to create 40 jobs

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County seeking judge applicants

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The Fourth Judicial District is seeking applicants for a new county court judgeship that starts July 1. The legislature created the new position last year to help address crowded El Paso and Teller county dockets. Eligible candidates must live in El Paso County and must be admitted to the practice of law in Colorado. The… Continue Reading County seeking judge applicants

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Fed signals future rate cuts

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The Associated Press WASHINGTON_Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke warned Congress that the nation is in for a period of sluggish business growth and sent a fresh signal today that interest rates will again be lowered to steady the teetering economy. “The economic situation has become distinctly less favorable” since the summer, the Fed chief told… Continue Reading Fed signals future rate cuts

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A new Web site for job seekers is touting itself as the “go to” site for those looking to make more than $100,000 a year. TheLadders.com advertises itself as an alternative to other sites that are overrun with unattractive, untalented, “average” workers. Membership to the site costs $180 a year and restricts listings to jobs… Continue Reading Visit “elite” site for 100K-plus jobs

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Unemployment rate spikes to two-year high

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A near stagnant hiring pace during December drove the nation’s unemployment rate up to 5 percent – a two-year high. The U.S. Labor Department said employers added the fewest jobs to their payrolls last month in more than four years. Analysts believe the employment conditions are further deteriorating because of the housing slump and credit… Continue Reading Unemployment rate spikes to two-year high

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Americans pocketed more money in 3Q 2007

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Personal income growth grew to 1.4 percent during the third quarter of 2007 from 0.9 percent during the second quarter. The Bureau of Economic Analysis is also reporting that state-by-state personal income growth rates during the third quarter ranged from 0.8 percent to 3.6 percent, with growth accelerating or holding steady in all but 11… Continue Reading Americans pocketed more money in 3Q 2007

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December job cuts down 39 percent

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December job cuts plunged 39 percent to 44,416 from 73,140 during November, making it the second lowest job-reduction total for 2007, behind the 42,897 during July. The December figures were also 18.7 percent lower than the same month a year ago when employers announced 54,643 job cuts, according to a Challenger, Gray and Christmas update… Continue Reading December job cuts down 39 percent

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If it seems to you that more and more people are moving to Colorado every year, you’re right. The U.S. Census Bureau reported yesterday that that state’s population grew by 2 percent, or 95,267 people, between July 1, 2006, and July 1, 2007. That puts the state’s population at 4.8 million and ranks it as… Continue Reading Colorado population up 2 percent

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