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    1. School district considering budget cuts

      School district considering budget cuts

      Steamboat Springs School District administrators are considering several cuts as they work to build a budget to present to the school board for approval later this spring.

      The reductions up for discussion are related to a decrease in grant funding from the Steamboat Springs Education Fund for the upcoming year and a desire to achieve a balanced budget.

      The district is beginning the upcoming year’s budget cycle $515,000 in the red due to an unbalanced budget for the current year.

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    2. Turing School launches intensive front-end engineering program

      Turing School launches intensive front-end engineering program

      Denver's Turing School of Software & Design is launching its second intensive training program in front-end engineering. The intensive month-long class is designed to prepare students for careers in website design -- from learning the basics of HTML and CSS to client-side development and web-based applications for both desktop and mobile devices.

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    3. Colorado businesses worry about talent shortage; optimism down from a year ago

      Colorado businesses worry about talent shortage; optimism down from a year ago

      The confidence level of Colorado business leaders about the economy going into the second quarter is unchanged from three months ago, but is sharply lower than it was a year ago. And more than half of those surveyed say that Colorado is suffering from a talent shortage that could hurt their business. That's according to results of the latest quarterly survey of the expectations of state businesses from the University of Colorado Boulder's Leeds School of Business, released Thursday.

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    4. Altitude Digital founder to keynote CSU Collegiate Challenge

      Altitude Digital founder to keynote CSU Collegiate Challenge

      FORT COLLINS – CSU grad and Altitude Digital founder Jeremy Ostermiller will give the keynote address at the Colorado State University Collegiate Challenge startup pitch competition on April 27, the school announced Wednesday.

      Ostermiller launched his company with just $500 during the height of the recession in 2009. Denver-based Altitude Digital’s platform connects buyers and sellers of online video and mobile advertising.

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    5. Equal-pay bills pass Colorado House but draw business ire

      Equal-pay bills pass Colorado House but draw business ire

      Colorado House Democrats sent to the Senate on Tuesday the final measure in a three-bill package meant to close the gap in average pay between male and female workers in this state. But while no legislative or business leaders opposed the idea of equal pay in general, many did criticize the efforts as doing nothing while at the same time increasing the burdens on employers by growing the amount of paperwork they have to submit to the state and putting more subjects off-limits in interviews with…

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    6. Commons on Champa will host Get Hired! job fair

      Commons on Champa will host Get Hired! job fair

      The event is aimed at hiring for the startup community and is being sponsored by BWBacon and The Commons on Champa, which is hosting it. The events will take place from 4 to 8 p.m. on April 14 and will be followed by a party at Battery621.

      Get Hired! is open to the public, kicking off with a coding school session for alumni and current students of Colorado's technical training schools.

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    7. Colorado unemployment hits 15-year low; 2,500 jobs added

      Colorado unemployment hits 15-year low; 2,500 jobs added

      Colorado added 2,500 payroll jobs in February from the previous month, and the state's unemployment rate dropped to 3.0 percent, its lowest level since March 2001 and well below the national rate, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment reported. It was the 52nd straight month of jobs gains in the state -- the longest unbroken stretch since the 1990s.

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    8. Fast-growing Houston tech company to open Denver office

      Fast-growing Houston tech company to open Denver office

      Houston-based Poetic Systems, a website development and design company, is opening an office in Denver to boost business. The office will be Poetic's second. It is expected to open in April. The new office will be run by Lauren Schott, an account manager for the company. Eventually, the office will also house a developer and designer, CEO Matt Hager told the Houston Business Journal. The move is intended to boost the company's business portfolio.

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    9. Coding in the Mountains!

      Coding in the Mountains!

      In recent years Summit County has welcomed a growing number of technology professionals. As internet connectivity improves and the market for freelance and contract work expands, more and more software engineers and programmers have been able to relocate to the mountains. The field of coding can offer both flexibility and a livable wage, while being surprisingly easy to enter.

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