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Gianforte signs bill greatly increasing education tax credit for private school

Sen. Ellie Hill Smith, D-Missoula, opposed the credit saying, “This is not for students, my friends. This is a tax break for the very wealthy.”

Imagine applying for a job with a TikTok

Like other job-searching platforms, it’s reportedly designed to help people find jobs and companies find the right candidates. But, instead of submitting a typical resume, users would create TikTok videos.

Montana Housing Partnership Conference to tackle availability, affordability – 5/18-19

More than 400 people from across the state are registered to take part in the conference, which is aimed toward housing authorities, developers and other professionals. The goal is to bring the various organizations together to talk about options.

Experts predicting wave of resignations as people return to workplaces

That’s for two reasons.

Growth Summit to address local development – 5/18 – 8AM – Kalispell

The socially distanced, in-person gathering will look at “factors both spurring and inhibiting growth across Kalispell and the Flathead Valley,”

Kalispell Chamber’s Kate Lufkin working to strengthen Flathead workforce

Kate Lufkin is working to change Kalispell’s workforce through education and cooperation.

Economic Development Week with Headwaters RC&D – May 9-15 – Online

Created by the International Economic Development Council in 2016, the goal of Economic Development Week (EDW) is to increase awareness for local programs that create jobs, advance career development opportunities and increase the quality of life in communities everywhere.

Input sought from Bozeman community members as a part of the Equity Indicators Project

A release from the City of Bozeman says the survey questions are focused on rating the level of need for resources, services, and opportunities to improve access to housing, transportation and public health and safety to support the needs and quality of life for all people in the community. 

It’s not a ‘labor shortage.’ It’s a great reassessment of work in America.

Hiring was much weaker than expected in April. Wall Street thinks it’s a blip, but there could be much deeper rethinking of what jobs are needed and what workers want to do on a daily basis.

Local Resources for Attracting, Developing and Retaining Employees – Great Falls Development Authority

Can’t make it every Tuesday? We record each session and will send you recordings, recaps, and links to resources after each session.