Relocating to Colorado

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Relocating to Colorado is an excellent career choice for anyone in the field of education. Colorado Learning can assist you to find you a job anywhere in the state, such as, in the exciting and dynamic Denver Metro area, Front Range, eastern plains  or one of the many beautiful and idyllic mountain communities.

In this recent article on 24/7 Wall Street and MSN dated 6/30/17, Colorado’s economy ranks #1 in the country:

Colorado Economy ranked #1 in US

Colorado has everything one could desire, a great economy, outstanding schools, a plethora of year round outdoor activities, superior sports teams, spectacular scenery, excellent universities, outstanding national and state parks, lots of sun and a fit, young, highly educated and dynamic population. Colorado is a perfect place to live whether you are single or raising a family. Check out the links below and they will prove to you that Colorado is an outstanding place to live and work.

Teaching is a wonderful profession because it affords the ability to live and work where a school is located, which is almost everywhere. Think of the possibilities in Colorado, just to name a few: Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Aspen, Vail, Steamboat Springs, Telluride, Glenwood Springs, Gunnison, Estes Park, Frisco, Durango, Breckenridge, Winter Park, Ouray, Buena Vista, Granby, Grand Junction or Ft. Collins.

Colorado Learning is truly a Colorado owned and operated small business. We have lived and worked in Colorado for the majority of our lives and we know the state inside and out. We will strive to get you a job where you want to live in Colorful Colorado.

Searching for employment can also be tax deductible!

Yes, you heard that right! Fees paid to a employment placement agency (like Colorado Learning), moving and relocation expenses, resume costs, work related education, travel expenses while interviewing and searching for a job and other costs etc. while searching for a job in your present occupation can be tax deductible.

Check out this link to the IRS for more information:

Looking for work and your taxes

Also check out IRS Publication 529 for detailed information on conducting a job search and what are deductible expenses.

Publication 529

Also see IRS Publication 521 in specially relation to moving expenses:

IRS Publication 521

(Disclaimer: Please be advised Colorado Learning is not a tax advisor, legal or financial firm. We are providing this information to you as it may be helpful to you. As everyone’s situation is different, you are encouraged to seek financial, tax and legal advice from your own professional advisors. We cannot answer any questions or give advice related to tax content). However, we can point you to the above links to do your own research. Contact the IRS and see for yourself about the deductible nature of job search and relocation related expenses.

The Colorado Tourism website is an outstanding resource concerning all facets of the state. The excellent website provides overviews and in-depth information on the states history, heritage, attractions, entertainment, events, scenic attractions, outdoor activities, arts and culture, parks, transportation, shopping and much more.

I would urge you to check out the links below and explore all Colorado has to offer. I think you will agree that relocating to Colorado to become a teacher or other education professional is a very wise choice.

When you are ready to relocate to Colorado, we are here to find you the job in the field of education in the location you want to be.

Colorado Tourism website:

Colorado Activities and lifestyle:

Colorado regional information by city and county:

Colorado Interactive Map:

Colorado State website:

Colorado State parks and recreation:

National parks in Colorado:

Relocation Resources:

Colorado has more sunny days than San Diego:

Example of living in Boulder: