The monsoonal flow has brought with it unwanted hail. Gardeners battle all sorts of conditions in an effort to get things to grow. And then a hailstorm can blow through reducing the whole garden to mush.
Abound Solar is nearly doubling its office space at Centerra in Loveland, adding 50 new jobs by the end of the year. KUNC’s Erin O’Toole talks with Jeff Nuttall, publisher of the Northern Colorado Business Report, about this and other developments in the local innovation economy.
Even with fewer teenagers actively looking for work this summer, unemployment among young people remains at just over 24 percent nationally. And that figure is very similar in Colorado. But one program is working to reverse that trend by offering highly specialized training to help teens compete in the adult job market.
Richard Wobbekind, at the 2011 Business Economic Outlook forecast event
After news earlier this week that Colorado has seen slow but steady job growth, a CU economist says that trend will continue for the rest of the year.
Colorado’s economy is projected to grow at a modest pace through the second half of the year. And, according to University of Colorado Boulder Economist Richard Wobbekind, job growth will continue to be slow - but positive.