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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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What’s the Difference between GDP and Personal Income?

What’s the Difference between GDP and Personal Income?
GDP and Personal Income are related, and typically show very similar trends. When GDP increases, personal income will also increase. However, these two concepts also have differences.
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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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A Closer Look at Informational Wage Rates

A Closer Look at Informational Wage Rates
A summary of the OES program and the informational wage rates it produces.
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Do You Have a License for that Job?

Do You Have a License for that Job?
Which occupations in Montana require employees to be licensed?
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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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Measuring Money

Measuring Money
How much money does the average Montanan make? That depends on why you are asking the question.
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Job-Hunting Tips for Special Populations

Job-Hunting Tips for Special Populations
Where to find job-hunting tips for Montana seniors, workers with disabilities, and job-seekers with criminal records.
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Which Data Source Should I Use?

Which Data Source Should I Use?
A brief description of the programs that produce Labor Market Information for the Montana Department of Labor & Industry
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