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Colorado Springs police struggle to recruit officers, emergency-response technicians

A survey of about 450 sworn and civilian CSPD employees and found that officers are most concerned about higher pay and the need to increase staffing.

Swissport cuts 187 jobs as Frontier changes ground services provider

Another shuffling of ground-service companies at Denver International Airport means that 187 full-time workers will lose their jobs.

Solar company granted state incentives leaving Denver, cutting 220 jobs

SMA Solar Technology AG, which received a state incentive plan valued at $2 million, said it will start closing its Denver manufacturing facility at the end of the year and cut 220 full-time workers.

Help wanted: Cliff divers with fire-juggling skills

Must be 18-years or older and willing to swordfight as a pirate atop a waterfall, get fake-stabbed and plummet 30 feet to your “death,” only to resurrect from a pool five seconds later.

Agilent investing $120 million in new Frederick facility

Agilent Technologies Inc. on Wednesday said its expansion to Frederick is part of a $120 million investment to double its capacity to manufacture ingredients that could be used to treat cancer.

Low enrollment threatens Front Range Community College women-only machining class

A women-only machining class slated to start Aug. 23 at Front Range Community College’s Boulder County campus in Longmont is at risk of cancellation due to under-enrollment.

McDonald’s hiring 1,200 positions during Cyber Hiring Week

McDonald’s looking to fill 1,000 crew and 200 manager positions in Colorado, Wyoming and Western Nebraska during a Cyber Hiring Week starting Wednesday.

Blind man Uber-ing: One man’s quest to get visually impaired a tech job

Mike Hess has developed some sort of super power to speed read e-mails using his fingers and ears. “Many blind and vision-impaired people can listen to e-mails at 300 words per minute,” said Hess, who’s been blind since birth. “It literally sounds like The Chipmunks. Or a teenage girl.” His inner senses and wry sense of humor […]

Labor Department is pushing states, including Colorado, to create their own paid family leave programs

The U.S. Labor Department on Tuesday announced it will grant $1.1 million to six states and municipalities that want to start their own paid family-leave programs.

Agilent expands in Weld County to make drug ingredients to potentially treat cancer

Agilent Technologies Inc. is out of room at its Boulder pharmaceutical plant, where it manufactures an ingredient that could be used to treat cancer, diabetes, muscular dystrophy and other disorders.

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