Denver has been a hotbed of housekeeping employment since the 1990s.
Since then, the industry has expanded across the metro area, and the trend continues.
And now, the trend is set to continue as the Denver area continues to gain the reputation as the hottest job in the country.
Housekeeping jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, are available in all 50 states, and more than 2.5 million people are currently working as housekeepers in the U.S.
According to a 2017 study by the Bureau, the Denver-based home care industry employed more than 14,000 people, including 2,200 full-time employees and more half a million part-time workers.
That number is up over 40 percent from the year before.
The number of jobs has grown from a low of more than 7,000 jobs in 2009, according the BLS report.
The rise in demand for housekeeping services across the country has made it easier for people to find work as home care workers.
According to the Colorado Department of Workforce Development, the number of job postings for home care professionals is growing at a steady rate.
The number of positions available for homecare workers in the Denver metro area grew from 9,500 in 2017 to 13,100 in 2018, according a 2017 report from the Denver Post.
The job openings include home care assistants, housekeepers, housekeeping coordinators, housekeeper technicians, and housekeeper supervisors.
The job growth has helped the Denver region become the country’s No. 2 job market in terms of job growth, according Census data released earlier this year.
According the Bureau’s 2017 report, Denver ranks first in the nation in terms on job growth.
In 2017, Denver ranked third in job growth in terms for population growth, and fourth in job openings.
The city’s job growth is also higher than any other metro area.
The Denver-area job growth also comes as the national job growth continues to rise.
According Census data, the national unemployment rate increased from 4.1 percent in March 2018 to 5.2 percent in November 2018.
In 2020, the unemployment rate was 5.5 percent.
Denver-area unemployment has been steadily climbing since the recession began in 2007.
As a result, the state’s unemployment rate rose from 5.9 percent in February of 2020 to 5 percent in December of that year.
The national unemployment is now at 6.3 percent.