Montana Unemployment Drops even More!

Montana’s unemployment rate hit another record low in February, dropping to 2.6% for the month, down from January’s rate of 2.7%. Montana’s total employment and labor force continued to show strong growth in February, both setting new all-time highs.

The struggle for employers to find employees may be more to do with the increase in the number of jobs and income opportunities than to the common refrain that “no one wants to work.” Montana’s total employment, which includes payroll, agricu...

Montana’s unemployment rate hit another record low in February, dropping to 2.6% for the month, down from January’s rate of 2.7%. Montana’s total ...
Montana gained nearly 4,000 construction jobs during the pandemic period dating from February 2020 to January of 2022. This equates to an 11.4 per...
Construction has started just above the Lockwood Interchange off Coburn Road in Lockwood for Montana’s first Camping World. Dirt and dust are flyi...
By Evelyn Pyburn It’s working far beyond their greatest expectations. Adaptive Performance Center (APC) at 1420 Broadwater in Billings was o...
The Montana Contractors Association announced that Andy Mathison has been elected as its board president for 2022. Mathison is owner and presid...
Last week, temperatures across Montana ranged from -10 to -36 degrees, with the coldest spot south of the Little Belt Mountains in Meagher County....
The demand for U.S. workers has led some manufacturers, technology firms and other employers to ditch the annual raise and switch to more frequent...
Last week, two representatives of the real estate business approached Yellowstone County Commissioners about whether the county has vacant land th...
A historic number of small businesses are struggling to increase their workforce, according to National Federation of Independent Business’s ...
From the Northern Ag Network A North Dakota farm filed a class-action lawsuit last week, alleging John Deere is violating the Sherman Act in no...