Category: The Training Advantage News

Workforce News

September is Workforce Development Month, an annual tradition in Colorado. Colorado’s Workforce Centers and the Department of Labor and Employment have provided a variety of special events this month, such as virtual and face-to-face job fairs and hiring events, along with workforce center open houses and community resource expos. To find out more about your […]

Ann Hasse receives the ABCD Award

Ann Hasse, for the 14 years she’s been a SUCAP employee on TTA’s team, has gone above and beyond, what is generally expected of TTA Career Counselors, in her efforts to keep youth and young adults focused on their futures and achieving goals in the here and now.  Ann does not shy away from seeking […]

Youth employment law

Everyone knows there are restrictions on working hours for young people and the types of jobs they can do, depending on their age. Knowing exactly what those are is another thing all together. Here’s one easy resource for finding out, whether you’re an employer or a young person wanting to know how you can earn […]

Get Financially Fit with Money 101

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By Youth for Youth: Employment  was written by youth for youth who want to know more about finding and keeping the right job. It is important to consider what makes a job right for each young person, where to look, and how to write a resume and interview. Youth with disabilities also need to consider disability disclosure […]

CO Employment UPDATE

Employers in Colorado added 13,000 nonfarm payroll jobs from September to October for a total of 2,533,100 jobs, according to the survey of business establishments. Private sector payroll jobs increased 13,400 and government decreased 400. According to the survey of households, the unemployment rate decreased two-tenths of a percentage point in October to 3.8 percent. […]