The Telecommuting and Gig Workforce in Montana

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Climate-proof Duluth? Why the city is attracting ‘climate migrants’

 In a survey of 2,000 U.S. residents last year, the online real estate company Redfin found that about half of Americans who planned to move factored extreme weather and natural disasters into their decisions to relocate.”

Rural Communities Across the U.S. Are Attracting Remote Workers Through Different Incentive Programs – Learn More About Montana’s Great Rural Communities

As the pandemic continues to affect how Americans live and work, some are looking outside urban centers for opportunities.

‘I have no intention of doing the commute again’: What nearly 2,000 readers said about a return to the office

Only 11 percent prefer to go back.

Attn. Montana Businesses and Non-Profits – What types of individuals with what skills do you want to hire?

What qualities and skills is your company or non-profit looking for?

Jobs abound and wages rise in Missoula, but employees hard to find – Come Home Montana – Career Opportunities in Montana

According to the latest State of Missoula’s Workforce study commissioned by the Missoula Economic Partnership, the average hourly wage in Missoula rose from $24.12 last February to $26.75 this June.

Montana Career Opportunities – Head of FP&A, Talent Coordinator/Sourcing Specialist – Technical, Director, Product Design, Director of Sales Operations and many more – ClassPass

Our team is…well, everywhere. For us, it’s not about showing up in an office every day — it’s about showing up at your best. We support our globally distributed workforce with virtual onboarding, connected meetings…

Unfilled Small Business Job Openings Just Hit a Record High. Is It Time to Rethink Hiring?

Employers that want to fill open roles will have to be a little more open-minded and willing to train.

A War For Talent Is Starting—Spoiler Alert: Workers Will Win

It’s incredulous to see the economy and job market heating up, when only a few months ago, we were mired in misery. In a dramatic comeback, Americans are finding new jobs.

NASCIO Survey Finds Government Remote Work Here to Stay

Most state CIOs expect remote work to continue and for digital services to keep proliferating. That introduces a host of shifting priorities, including a renewed need for cybersecurity enhancements and identity tools.

Remote Workers and Their Tax Liabilities in Montana

The department would like to remind these “remote workers” that they may have an income tax filing obligation with the department.