- 2012 Weld Demographics
- Weld County IN Profile
- Weld County Transportation Profile
- Labor Force Supply & Demand 5-year
- BLS July 2011
- 2012 Weld & Larimer County DOLA
- Region 2 - Regional Socio Economic Profile
Education and Training
- Aims Employment Training Assistance
- MIST Training Program
- CO First Customized Training
- Employment Services of
Weld County Labor Force
Weld County came in 2nd in the state and 8th in the nation for wage growth with a rate of 6.2% from December 2009 to December 2010. This translated to an average weekly wage of $820, per theU. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Weld County had a 2.9% change in the number of employed people in the same time period, which placed it at number 11 in the national ranking.
Weld County's workforce is reported at nearly 115,000, but that only tells part of the story. Due to good highway access, workers routinely commute throughout the area, suggesting that the actual labor shed available to employers is significantly larger than that figure. Covering almost 4,000 square miles, Weld County has 3 separate labor sheds to support your business.
For Industry Supersector Data Table for Weld County, Colorado, compiled by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics LINK