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People looking for recession-proof professions

For a person who favors stability, Sean Doyle has had a rough decade. He jumped into computer sales in 1992, when anything that smacked of technology held the promise of big bucks and early retirement….

Montana featured career opportunity of the week- Staff Attorney

Feature Career Title: Staff Attorney Salary: $57,200 Location: Helena, MT

Montana featured talent of the week- Physical Therapist

Talent Feature Daniel Crumback Title Desired: Physical Therapist [email protected] Resume Link

Hot jobs-Today’s fastest-growing careers are in the technology and health-care fields

Chris Miller started at TechTeam Global Inc. as a support analyst, doing entry-level phone support a couple of months after he graduated from high school. Kim Norris Knight Ridder The Spokesman Review Five years and… Talent of the Week- Paul Tikalsky-Senior Management

Paul Tikalsky [email protected] Field: Senior Management Objective: A position that lets me help a Montana business grow by using my ability to increase revenues, improve operating efficiencies and train others in these skills. Resume Link… Opportunity of the Week-Transportation Development Planner

Title: Transportation Development Planner Location: Helena, MT Salary: Competitive

Gratitude Can Go Long Way In Helping You Get the Job

Lisa Ryan recently interviewed a candidate for a corporate communications position. To her surprise, after walking the person to the elevator, she returned to her office to find she had already received an e-mailed thank-you… Career Opportunity of the week- Bank President, Salish and Kootenai National Bank

Title: Bank President, Salish and Kootenai National Bank Location: Pablo, Montana Salary: Competitive Talent of the week-Financial Analysis and Product Management

Jim Drishinski Focus- Senior Manager – Financial Analysis and Product Management Resume Link

Finding a mentor leads to soul-nourishing job

If you’re looking for work, you already know that connections count. Having a guide or a mentor counts even more, especially when you need solid advice. But how do you find one? By Amy Lindgren…