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Review: Hulu’s WeWork documentary explores the ‘Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn’

If you didn’t do your job there, you probably thought that WeWork was just that hip communal office space that popped up everywhere over the past decade, then spectacularly flamed out due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The hybrid office is here to stay. The shift could be more disruptive than the move to all-remote work.

The post-vaccine workplace is taking shape, and for many it’s going to be a hybrid model, allowing more remote work but with clear expectations that some days a week will be in the office.

Study: Montana ranks among 10 least stressed states

“Montana is the ninth least stressed state. … it boasts short commutes and high job security,” Wallethub analysts Jill Gonzalez said. “Its residents also have high credit scores, and less than a third of adults worry about money.”

UM Western Experience One: International instructors add depth for Western students

On today’s Montana This Morning, Chet talked to business professor Christian Gilde about a cooperative program currently going on, at the Montana Western Campus.

Live in Great Falls Talent Attraction Initiative Unveils First Video

In the first video we meet Valerie and Salina, Meghan, and the Drazich Family. All chose to relocate to Great Falls, Montana. This is part of a broader digital media campaign to put Great Falls, Montana on the national stage. And this is just the beginning! 

Bozeman summit highlights women in tech

WTM’s Bozeman chapter co-founder Lindsey Hanna was the only woman technical engineer in her entire company until recently.

3 things you must do if you want to land your dream job

Organic CEO Cathy Butler believes the secret sauce is all in building skills outside of the box.

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 3-28-21 – Our first talent attraction video is LIVE – watch it on YouTube now!

Here is our Top 26 for this week celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy — Montana’s Golden Triangle. And, sharing business resources and skill-building opportunities to empower your success.

Bosses Are Clueless That Workers Are Miserable and Looking to Leave

A Microsoft study finds 41% of workers may quit this year, while business leaders are “out of touch.”

Some cities are paying people up to $16,000 to move there—this online directory will help you find them

Dozens of cities are offering up to $16,000 in cash incentives, homebuying allowances, tax credits and money toward local goods and services in hopes of enticing pandemic movers to relocate there.