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Billionaire Wilderness: The Ultra-Wealthy and the Remaking of the American West

A revealing look at the intersection of wealth, philanthropy, and conservation

These Idaho Jobs Are Hiring And Pay Over $100k A Year

With the current state of housing in the Treasure Valley and the booming population, the cost of living continues to rise. With that being said, what can we do about it? Get a higher-paying job….

Urban Villages: The Key to Sustainable Community Economic Development

Compact, walkable urban villages support sustainable economic development by reducing transportation costs, leaving residents with more money to spend on local goods, and by creating more efficient and attractive commercial districts.

Unsettled State: The moveBuddha 2021 Migration Report – How does Montana rate?

In 2021, Montana had the highest net inflow of moves per capita, with 73% of moves inbound. Billings was the #1 destination with a 3.9 to 1 inbound to outbound ratio.

3 things get people to return to rural hometowns – How does your community measure up?

A new study identifies three things that draw people back to their hometowns a decade or two after leaving.

Idaho struggles to fill state jobs, with 2,500 openings

Idaho’s overall state employee pay continues to lag behind market levels.

Idaho leads the country in population growth

The growth was attributed to people moving from other states. Neighboring states Utah and Montana ranked just behind Idaho, growing 1.7% each.

A real rural future

The COVID-19 pandemic dispersed many Americans across the nation. And today, cities are not dominant in the hearts and minds of Americans whatsoever. In reality, not only are most Americans more interested in living in rural areas than in big cities, but many living in rural areas are quite optimistic about the future and still believe in the power of hard work.

Research: Migration Key to Rural Economic Development

According to the researchers, the majority of new businesses opening in rural counties are operated by people “between the ages of 50 to 74.”

These Were The 15 Best Places to Live in Idaho in 2021

Niche, a website dedicated to helping people find the right schools, companies and neighborhoods to fit their needs, has ranked the best places to live in Idaho. These cities and towns were named the best of the best in the Gem State.

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