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Colorado's Key Industries

Check out emerging trends and opportunities in key industries:



Advanced Manufacturing - Take a Look

Take a look; design and innovate! Manufacturing is clean, tuned up, light, fast-paced, team-oriented, focused on sustainability and filled with cool technologies that leverage precision.

From nanotechnology to robotics, innovative ideas happen every day. Colorado is making it a statewide priority to provide a well-trained advanced manufacturing workforce.

Learn all about this important industry including job description profiles, business index and where you can find education and training.


In addition to technical certificates and applied degrees earned from technical, community or junior colleges, learners can enhance their career prospects by securing trade or industry certificates.

Visit the Occupational/Industry License DatabaseNew window icon. Entrepreneurial types who want to go into business for themselves should know that many businesses, from athletic trainer to electrician to X-ray technicians must have an appropriate industry or professional certification.

STEM Leads the Way to Pay

What you study does matter when in comes to your paycheck after college. According to a recent study by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, STEM careers (science, technology, math and engineering) lead the way in starting pay. Check out valuable Associate Degree fields too!

Colorado Training Providers

Your local area workforce center may ETPL have $$$ for the training you need.