Census Data Funds Job Creation and Training – Montana Census Story of the Week

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In this time of employment uncertainty, a complete 2020 Census count of all Montana residents is more important than ever.  The Census data is used to allocate more than $2 billion a year in federal funding to the state including critical programs for job training and business loans.  In 2016, Montana received more than $18.7 million for workers and youth training including career & technical education, employment, unemployment, and dislocated worker funding. 

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