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Colorado’s Industry Prioritizes Diversity

Colorado’s Industry Prioritizes Diversity

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If you have even a passive interest in Colorado, you know that business is booming. Many Colorado transplants move here for job opportunities, but most don’t understand the idiosyncrasies of the local job market until they spend some time in the office. Colorado’s workforce is young, smart, and extremely progressive, especially in and around the […]

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Powerful Women in Colorado: Past, Present, and Future

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On the anniversary of women’s suffrage, we wanted to take a moment this election season to talk about women in Colorado and notable leaders of our fair state. Women have been in the news a lot recently and for good reason, but perhaps not as much as they should be given all the newsworthy things […]

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The State of Colorado Health Care—Uninsured Rate Hits Lowest Ever

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Recently, The Colorado Trust released the report gleaned from their 2017 Colorado Health Access Survey. The document traces the history of Coloradan residents and their use of healthcare, ending with an encouraging, definitive statement: “Having health insurance is the new normal for most Coloradans.” The survey found that the insurance rate is currently at 93.5%–nearly […]

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Colorado Museums Are Some of the Best in the Country

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Colorado is known, first and foremost, for its outdoor beauty. We concede, that’s why most of us move here—to chase an outdoor lifestyle in cities with thriving economies. However, the state isn’t all granola and earth—we have a range of incredible, award-winning museums to please every member of the family. We’ve already discussed the state’s […]

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Love Music? Colorado Has That, Too

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When moving to smaller cities and more rural settings, young people and families often mourn the loss of big city accessibility. Sure, there’s the convenience of the 3AM bodega run, but Colorado transplants may worry about missing out on music and cultural opportunities. Luckily, we have plenty of that.   Major Concert Venues Whether your […]

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Colorado’s Art Scene is Thriving

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We want everyone to know that, though Colorado gained popularity as a state for nature-lovers, young families, and entrepreneurs, the Centennial State has some serious chops when it comes to art. From independent scenes and world-renowned art schools to incredible contemporary and classical art museums, we have everything you need to continue indulging your love […]

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You May Not Know it, But Colorado Has Beaches

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When imagining Colorado, you might envision miles of mountains, hiking trails, biking trails, and skiing availability. This is true–we are known, first and foremost, for the Rocky Mountains. But you may be surprised to know that we offer far more than downhill skiing–Colorado is a state of coastline. Well, not coastline. Shoreline is more accurate. […]

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The New and the Old Rise of Colorado

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Given the news headlines over the last couple years, it’s easy to think that Colorado has only recently become a destination city for people looking for that perfect place to put down roots. In fact, this has been true for decades. The state saw 30% population growth during the 50s, 70s, and 90s. Its population […]

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Retracing Colorado’s Industry

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Colorado is quickly becoming one of the world’s preeminent destinations for cannabis research. It’s no wonder. The change in public policy dovetailed with the state’s long history of agriculture and agricultural research. The Rocky Mountain region is one of the few places in the country where an “Aggie” is someone from Colorado, rather than College […]

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Our Favorite Colorado Stats and Trivia

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Colorado has the largest wild elk herd in the world and the largest alligator farm in the world. Colorado is the only state in history to turn down the Olympics. The State Capitol used almost the entire contents of the Beulah Red Marble Quarry for its construction. The only places to get the leftovers? McClelland […]

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