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Prices They are A-Changin'

Prices They are A-Changin'
Personal computers are cheaper than ever, while college prices are skyrocketing. How do other goods compare to wage growth?
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Understanding Registered Nursing Supply and Demand in Montana

Understanding Registered Nursing Supply and Demand in Montana
A summary of registered nursing supply and demand findings from the Statewide College Report
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Which Jobs Will Have the Most Openings?

Which Jobs Will Have the Most Openings?
Top Ten Occupations with the Highest Projected Annual Openings
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Montana Registered Apprenticeship: Quick Facts

Montana Registered Apprenticeship: Quick Facts
In honor of National Apprenticeship Week, we present a collection of interesting facts about Montana's Registered Apprenticeship program.
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Regional Differences in Montana's Wage Growth

Regional Differences in Montana's Wage Growth
In 2015, Montana's average wage increased by 3% up to $40,065. But not all areas of the state experienced uniform growth, and 2015 represented something of a new direction from the growth patterns of recent years.
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Montana's 2015 Real Wage Growth is the Highest Recorded

Montana's 2015 Real Wage Growth is the Highest Recorded
Montana had real wage gains of 2.9% in 2015, which is the fastest gain in real wages recorded since the data series began in 1990.
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Montana's Future Unemployment Rates

Montana's Future Unemployment Rates
The good news: Montana’s economy is projected to continue expanding for the foreseeable future.The bad news: Montana's labor supply is expected to grow much more slowly.
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How Many Young People Leave Montana?

How Many Young People Leave Montana?
Most people leaving Montana are aged 18 to 34. The good news is that more are coming than going.
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Government Employment in Montana 1960 vs. 2015

Government Employment in Montana 1960 vs. 2015
Government employment has grown in the number of people employed, but has not grown substantially in terms of percentage of total employment. The growth has primarily been at the local government level, which includes schools, counties, tribal, and city governments.
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Quick Facts: Montana Veterans and the Labor Force

Quick Facts: Montana Veterans and the Labor Force
Answers to commons questions about Montana veterans in the labor force.
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