Governor Bullock talks energy, education at Bozeman luncheon
|November 17, 2015||View for printing|
Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock told the Bozeman business community Monday that his education policies would feed future growth and attract more businesses to the state.
"Over the next decade, Montana's economy is expected to add at least 6,400 jobs each and every year," the governor said at a monthly luncheon sponsored by the Chronicle's Business Journal. "However, only 4,100 workers are expected to join the workforce."
By Troy Carter Chronicle Staff Writer
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