Monday, November 08, 2010

Colorado Unemployment Holds 8%

Recent unemployment data shows the state of Colorado unemployment rate is holding steady at 8%. While below the national average unemployment rate of 9.6% this is likley unacceptable to the many thousands of redidents receiving Colorado Unemployment benefits. In order to make being unemployed more bearable many investments have been made into processes and systems to deliver unemployment benefits in a more efficient manner. Take for example the CoWorkForce.Com website that assists those in Colorado seeking unemployment benefits with obtaining information and forms needed to start and maintain the process. This also helps Colorado save money by not tying up phone lines and staffing up unemployment centers. While technology in some cases causes unemployment technology can also make being unemployed more bearable.