Colorado's economy should continue to advance next year, adding jobs in all but one sector and ranking among the top five states for employment growth, according to the 2014 Colorado Business
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Unemployment reached multi-year lows for about a third of states last month, but a full jobs recovery is still not here. Sixteen states saw the jobless rate in October fall to its lowest level in more than four years.
Metro Denver's unadjusted unemployment rate stood at 6 percent in October, down from 6.4 percent in September and 7.3 percent in October 2012, according to raw county jobs estimates released Friday by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.
Nearly 27,000 people in the state could lose their unemployment benefits at the end of the year if Congress doesn't act to extend the Emergency Unemployment Compensation program.
Some economists fear that the long-term unemployment crisis affecting millions of Americans might be a permanent change, with far-reaching and damaging consequences.