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“With Montana’s unemployment rate at the lowest in over a decade, and as Montana’s economy continues to grow with more good-paying jobs, we have a lot to be excited about,” said Governor Bullock. “This is a reflection of our strong business climate and entrepreneurialism, as well as efforts in both the public and private sectors to build a more diverse workforce that’s ready to take on the jobs of today and the future.”

“Montana’s economy remains strong as we continue to ensure the future well-being of Montana families,” said Governor Bullock. “The key to this continued economic growth and prosperity is a trained and talented workforce, which we are bolstering through education and workforce initiatives, apprenticeships, and other pathways to good-paying jobs.”

  • 20 July 2018
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“Montana’s economy strong and growing – more Montanans are on the job than ever before in our state’s history and we lead the country in middle-class growth,” said Governor Bullock. “And we continue to invest in the workers of today and our workforce of tomorrow – all the way from pre-school to post-secondary education like college, apprenticeships and work based-learning.”

  • 15 June 2018
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More Montanans have jobs than ever before in our state’s history and the middle-class in Montana is growing faster than every other state in the nation,” said Governor Bullock. “We are and will continue to fuel this economic growth by making sure workers and businesses alike have the resources they need to succeed.

  • 18 May 2018
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“Montana’s economy continues to grow and diversify, creating new opportunities for businesses small and large to expand and create more good-paying jobs for Montanans,” said Governor Bullock. “As winter turns to spring, Montanans and communities across the state are feeling the benefits of a strong economy and record workforce participation.”

  • 18 May 2018
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