How to Move to Colorado Without a Job and No Money

I basically had no money saved up and no job prospects, but I knew that living in Colorado would be worth it. Location is everything, right?!

If I just took my time and was flexible, I knew I could make a good living in Colorado. And that’s just what I did.

Spend some time estimating the cost to move from your state to Colorado. This will give you an idea of what to expect so you can stay on budget.

1. Estimate the cost of moving

Depending on which city you choose to move to in Colorado, you may be able to get paid more than the state minimum wage.

2. Know your city’s minimum wage

New jobs are becoming available with an ever-increasing demand, which means there’s lots of opportunity for you to find work.

3. Apply for jobs in high demand

The job markets in these summer and winter towns can be competitive, but there is definitely no shortage of help needed. 

4. Work seasonally in a mountain town

Like most cities across the United States, Colorado is all about location, location, location. But that can often come with a high price tag. 

5. Know the cost of living in Colorado

Most people who move to Colorado may not realize that the state actually offers several programs to help finance your first home.

6. Get paid to move to Colorado 

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