Colorado’s Labor Force statistics (Seasonally Adjusted) by County and City for March 2013 are now available HERE
Included in this information you will find:
- Labor force summary for Colorado, which includes Labor Force Data and Wage and Salary Employment Data
- County labor force statistics for (December ’12), the previous month (November ’12) and for one year ago (December ’11). Spreadsheets include non-seasonally
adjusted statistics for the Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA’s), including the Fort Collins-Loveland (Larimer County)
- Labor force statistics for selected cities, including Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley.
- State News Release on Labor Market Info
You might note that the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased in December 2012 to 7.6% compared to the November 2012 seasonally adjusted rate of 7.7%. However, the state’s non-seasonally
adjusted unemployment rate stayed the same at 7.5% for the same period.
Similarly, the Fort Collins/Loveland MSA’s non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate held steady from November 2012 to December 2012, hovering at 5.9%. That said, the non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is 0.12% lower than it was in November 2011.