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by tom44 on June 5, 2014

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Question by ashnvon4eva: how hard is it to get a job in denver?
My family and I are moving to Denver in june and I was wondering about jobs…i have a HS diploma and he does not but we are very hard workers..i mean we have a 2 and 3 year old so we have to be…is it possible for us to find jobs there?

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Answer by Randall
Most of the jobs go to people already living here. Even for them, it takes about a year to find work.

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2 thoughts on “how hard is it to get a job in denver?

  1. pink says:

    It depends what type of job you’re looking to get. Generally, it’s usually harder to get jobs out there because the city is so small and undeveloped compared to other places in the country.

    We used to live in CO and had to move to NY to find a good job for my family so it can be tought especially with today’s economy and all the cutting back companys are doing.

    I recommend you get a job secured before you move there.

  2. PJ B says:

    Jobs are far and few between. Most companies are only willing to hire locally, so that’s going to make it more difficult for you to be hired here. Although I don’t think we have as high of unemployment rate as some other states, we definitely have a lot of people out of work. I’m not sure what your time frame is, but I have 2 friends who have been out of work since August. The market is super competitive, and people who have college degrees will be competing with you for the same job. Unless you have something that will over-ride that, you’re unlikely to even get a call back. Sorry to be Debbie-Downer, but this is a tough economy. If you have jobs where you’re at now and don’t have to move, I’d recommend sticking with what you have.

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