Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colorado Job Growth
There were 1,466,100 jobs in Denver, Colorado in November 2017 according to the CES survey of employers. The CPS survey of households showed 1,562,001 employed persons for the month. Denver added 4,900 jobs in November 2017 according to the CES survey while the broader CPS measure of employment rose by 6,825 (Comparing CES and CPS employment numbers.). You can also compare Denver job growth to job growth in other cities.
|Employment Survey||November 2017||Month/Month||Year/Year|
Note: The CPS survey data is now seasonally adjusted at the metropolitan level by with the new BLS SSA series.
Denver, Colorado Employment Changes
The charts below show the monthly job growth for Denver as measured by the CES and CPS surveys. To illustrate the trend, the 3 month moving average change in employment is shown in green.
CES Employment Change: 1 Month, Rolling 3 Month
CPS Employment Change: 1 Month, Rolling 3 Month
Total Employment for Denver, Colorado
CES employment for Denver peaked in July 2017 at 1,467,000. Since then 900 jobs have been lost in Denver according to the employer survey. From a trough of 1,457,600 in September 2017, Denver has gained 8,500 jobs according to CES employment figures.
CPS employment reached a maximum of 1,565,282 for Denver in August 2017. 3,281 jobs have been lost in Denver since then according to the household survey. From a October 2017 low of 1,555,176, Denver has added 6,825 jobs according to the CPS survey.
Employment: CES, CPS
Denver, Colorado Employment History