July 27, 2015
Colorado is one of the top five states in the country for “economic momentum,” a ranking that comes even as the state has one of the fastest-growing rates of income inequality and an alarming growth in low-wage jobs.
May 29, 2015
CFI is proud to announce the launch of “Health Divides,” a new quarterly publication focusing on equity and economics in health care. The publication is made possible through the generous support of The Colorado Trust, a health equity foundation.
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May 18, 2015
A fast-food worker in Denver would need to put in 62 hours a week to afford to live in the Mile High City, while a dishwasher working in a restaurant’s kitchen would have to toil for 61 hours to live in the city. Things aren’t much better for housekeepers, who’d need to labor for 59 hours a week to live in Denver nor for janitors, who’d have to put in 51 hours a week to reside in the city.