Montana college grads likely to earn more than average resident less than 5 years after graduation

As Montana grapples with a protracted workforce shortage, the state’s higher education institutions have made training the next generation of workers a priority. Department of Labor and Industry estimates forecast that 5,750 new jobs will be added each year through 2030.

Newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau indicates that a vigorous investment in workforce training might be a good bet for colleges looking to remain relevant in a changing economy and for students eager to grow employment and earning potential over time.


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