Housing costs emerge as key to Montana’s labor shortage

Help Wanted Bozeman

Montana economists say that the state’s economy has largely healed from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

But the economy is facing a labor shortage fueled partly by a lack of affordable housing.

On Wednesday, a commission tasked with distributing part of the $900 million in federal coronavirus relief that Montana received named affordable housing as one of four categories they will consider for funding proposals.

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