Rocky Mountain Economist

The Rocky Mountain Economist is a quarterly publication that provides economic information for the states of Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming.

Latest Rocky Mountain Economist Articles

Recovery in Rocky Mountain Leisure and Hospitality Employment

Pent-up demand among consumers may support a swift recovery in employment at restaurants, hotels and entertainment venues over...

Job Loss, Job Training and Labor Market Scarring in the Rocky Mountain Region

In this edition of the Rocky Mountain Economist we highlight on-the-job training for workers in the United States and the...

Rocky Mountain Housing through the COVID-19 Pandemic

The number of U.S. households unable to make housing payments has risen modestly and households in the Rocky Mountain region...

Where Is Essential Work within the Rocky Mountain Region?

In this edition of the Rocky Mountain Economist we map essential employment within the region and show how locations near...

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