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Little North Dakota town’s webcam racks up millions of views

Some are even considering moving to the small town to escape the big city.

There are more people living in North Dakota than ever before, Census shows

“We’re excited to see more people moving into North Dakota, and for good reason: Our economy is strong, our jobs are abundant and our quality of life is second to none,” Gov. Doug Burgum said.

North Dakota Bolsters Its Leadership Ranks with New C-Suite Hires – Still looking for CDO

Riley, who was named CIO last year, is tasked with carrying out Gov. Doug Burgum’s goal to consolidate and unify 17 cabinet agency IT departments down to one.

North Dakota Career Opportunity – Controls Programmer – Arrow Solutions Group

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North Dakota Career Opportunity – GIS Coordinator – McKenzie County

Outstanding opportunity for a full time position as the GIS Coordinator with McKenzie County

North Dakota Career Opportunity – Executive Vice President – Stark Development Corporation

Duties include business recruitment, retention and expansion projects and proposals; public and community leader relations

‘Find the Good Life’ campaign in North Dakota is connecting, but more private investment needed

Overcoming negative perceptions of North Dakota and attracting new workers and families to the state were top goals when Hess Corp. joined state officials in March 2014 to launch the "Find the Good Life in North Dakota" workforce development campaign.

You can go home again: Some return to North Dakota oil boom town

"I love being home on my farm. I love seeing the people I grew up with," says White, a 29-year-old executive assistant for an oil services firm. "We’re still kind of wondering if we’ll be here forever. Maybe we’ll want to go someplace else. But we just don’t see it now."

Coffee shop manager came to Williston, North Dakota for love, not oil

"Back home, it just felt like I was missing something," she said. "So that’s when I decided I was leaving for North Dakota."



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