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Top ranking should help Colorado employers recruit staff

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Colorado has been making headlines as a hot place to live and work.

CNBC rated Colorado fifth on its list of “America’s Top States for Business” in July, citing Colorado’s New Energy Economy, the state’s business-friendly climate and overall quality of life.

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magazine also included two Colorado towns on its annual rankings of the country’s top places to live: Fort Collins ranked second, and Longmont came in 50th.  And for the second year, Forbes.com ranked Boulder as the “Smartest City in the United States.”

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