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    1. Hickenlooper launches program for Colorado career coaches

      Hickenlooper launches program for Colorado career coaches

      Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said Thursday that he has created a new career coaching program meant to help job-seekers navigate the state's rapidly changing employment market. The program, Governor's Coaching Corps, is launched in partnership with Skillful, a Markle Foundation program, and will bring together career coaching professionals who in turn will help job seekers prepare for the digital economy.

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    2. Colorado's unemployment rate inches up, but it's still below national level

      Colorado's unemployment rate inches up, but it's still below national level

      Colorado employers added 4,000 non-farm jobs to their payrolls in September, a slight dip from the previous month, and the state's unemployment rate inched up to 2.5 percent from the August rate of 2.4 percent. That's according to the latest monthly report on the state's jobs picture from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, released today.

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    3. Denver's Welltok acquires Georgia company, expands reach into hospital sector

      Welltok Inc., one of Denver’s fastest-growing health information-technology companies, has made its first major move into the hospital sector, purchasing an Atlanta-area business that provides platforms to health systems to connect with patients on engagement campaigns and try to improve those patients’ health before they end up in an emergency room.

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    4. Apple hiring software engineers to work in Denver

      Apple hiring software engineers to work in Denver

      Apple Inc. is hiring experienced software engineers to work on network, big data and mapping technologies in Denver, joining the stream of big tech firms adding local offices. Since Sept. 12, the Cupertino, California-based tech giant has posted three software engineering jobs openings for a location in Denver. The openings come after spring rumors Apple could lease significant space in downtown for a technology development office.

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    5. Colorado cable provider makes biggest expansion since going public

      A Colorado-based internet and cable TV provider said it's made its biggest expansion since going public earlier this year. WOW! Internet said in a statement that it's expanding it service to serve 35,000 customers in Livonia, Michigan. In Michigan, the company currently serves Detroit, Grosse Pointe Shores, Grand Rapids and Greater Lansing, and said it is further expanding to Farmington.

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    6. Metro Denver will push lifestyle, workforce over incentives in Amazon HQ2 bid

      Metro Denver will push lifestyle, workforce over incentives in Amazon HQ2 bid

      When Colorado submits its bid this month for Amazon HQ2, the proposal will emphasize the region's highly educated workforce, quality of life and global connectivity through its international airport. Financial and tax incentives? Not so much. “We are not the biggest incentive state — and we won’t do anything differently for Amazon than we would for any other company that is looking to locate here,” J.J. Ament, president and CEO of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp., told me Thursday.

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