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  • Governor Bullock Announces First NFL Female Coach Jennifer Welter to Keynote Equal Pay Summit in Bozeman May 2-3 2016...Read More
  • States Unemployment Rates & Rankings for March 2016...Read More
  • [ ABC ] Annual Assistance to Business Clinic will be in Bozeman May 4th. Sign up now....Read More
  • Montana Equal Pay Summit 2016 - May 2nd-3rd at MSU...Read More
  • Governor Bullock Launches Workforce Recruitment Initiative...Read More
  • National Apprenticeship Week Shines Spotlight on Training Programs...Read More
  • Why We Launched an Apprenticeship Program at Spring Creek Inn Memory Care...Read More
  • Collaborations Lead to Expanded Competency Based Education Opportunities...Read More
  • Governor Bullock Announces $100,000 Grant to Grow Opportunities for Montanans between the ages of 16-29 in STEM Careers...Read More
  • Montana TechHire Initiative ...Read More
  • Unemployment Low, Job Openings Up in Helena...Read More
  • Montana’s Unemployment Rate at 4.0 Percent in November...Read More
  • Mike Bullock Memorial Scholarship...Read More
Bozeman JSEC 2nd Quarter 2016 News

Bozeman JSEC 2nd Quarter 2016 News

Posted: 1/13/2016 7:15 AM

Bozeman JSEC publishes a quarterly newsletter for employers and businesses covering recent updates and news topics about employment law and business issues, articles, and events. Please contact us with feedback or to be added to our subscription list: shanken@mt.gov.

 

Montana Job Projections 2014-2024

Montana Job Projections 2014-2024

Posted: 3/31/2016 12:26 PM

Montana Job Projections by Career Cluster, 2014-2024

 

This publication provides tables detailing projected future employment levels and annual openings for occupations in Montana. Organized by career clusters and educational requirements.

Montana Economy at a Glance

Montana Economy at a Glance

Posted: 4/15/2016 11:51 AM

This month’s featured article:

The Economics of Rural Health Care

Montana is a rural state. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates there are only 6.8 people per square mile in the state, making the population twelve times more dispersed than the national average. There are plenty of advantages to living in Big Sky country: fresh air, privacy, little traffic, proximity to national parks and outdoor activities, to name a few. The rural landscape is what draws many people to the state, and it isn’t something most Montanans are interested in changing. However, such a low-density population does create some difficulties, particularly in providing health care.

 

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