The following statistics will give you an overview of what you can expect with the Colorado job market.
Families who live in the state of Colorado are bringing in approximately $55,387 each year. This is 0.65% lower than the median income of the previous year and 6.97% lower than the average annual income per household over the past three years. The state of Colorado has a cost of living of 107.1 which means this is one of the more expensive states to reside in.
The good news is that the unemployment rate is at only 8%, which is due to its job growth of 1.69%. You can expect to pay income taxes of 4.63% and sales taxes of 2.9%.