El Paso County residents are highly educated, younger than many expect and paid lower wages than peers in competitive regions throughout the state. Those were a few of the takeaways during Vectra Bank’s annual Pikes Peak Economic Forecast Breakfast, which took place April 18 at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort. Despite some hurdles, local data continues […]

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