Colorado's historically low unemployment rate might be too much of a good thing as labor shortage puts squeeze on businesses
from The Denver Post
Ten years ago Colorado struggled with too many workers and not enough work. The problem is entirely different at the start of 2020 — too few workers to get the job done. For consumers, that shows up in a lot more waiting — at stores, restaurants, medical offices. For workers, it is showing up in higher wages and more opportunities. For employers, it makes it tougher to expand, and in some cases keep up, which could cap growth in the state.
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