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“As Montana’s unemployment rate stays low and businesses seek skilled employees, we are responding by engaging more Montanans in the workforce,” Governor Bullock said. “Through world-class education, work-based learning and Registered Apprenticeship opportunities, my administration is working to bring more people into Montana’s labor market to fill worker demand and ensure all Montanans can enjoy our continued economic success.”

“We continue to add jobs, preserve Montana’s strong economy, and benefit from the diversity of our industries, but we’re also preparing for the impacts of a low unemployment rate,” said Governor Bullock, “In anticipation of Montana’s workforce shortage, we’ve focused on bolstering initiatives to create home-grown talent, educate or upskill workers, and assist employers with recruitment and retention.”

  • 20 September 2019
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“Montana’s economy continues to grow, with about 4,000 new jobs added so far in 2019,” Governor Bullock said. “My administration will continue to invest in our state’s economy by expanding access to workforce development opportunities to ensure every Montanan has the ability to join the workforce and contribute to our ongoing success.”

  • 16 August 2019
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“Montana’s economy continues to grow, with about 4,000 new jobs added so far in 2019,” Governor Bullock said. “My administration will continue to invest in our state’s economy by expanding access to workforce development opportunities to ensure every Montanan has the ability to join the workforce and contribute to our ongoing success.”

  • 16 August 2019
  • Author: Duthie, Steve
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“While Montana’s economy remains strong, my administration is dedicated to ensuring continued growth,” Governor Bullock said. “As Montana experiences a low unemployment rate and businesses seek talented employees to remain competitive, we are working to engage more Montanans in the workforce by offering ways to balance family and employment responsibilities and expand access to training for in-demand jobs.”

  • 19 July 2019
  • Author: Duthie, Steve
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“Montana’s economy continues to grow despite tight labor markets,” said Governor Bullock. “Businesses are innovating, and workers are updating their skills to increase productivity. We must continue our commitment to advancing worker skills in in-demand fields and look for other ways to bring more workers into our labor force.”

  • 24 June 2019
  • Author: Duthie, Steve
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