Want to know which jobs are hot and trending in Montana? Check out the data below from Jobs2Careers.com. We’ve listed the top 50 trending hot jobs in Montana (ranked by Year-Over-Year search volume and growth rate).
Montana’s unemployment rate increased slightly in March by one-tenth of a percentage point to 4.3% because of an expansion in the number of workers. The U.S. unemployment rate also increased by one-tenth of a point to 5.0%. Payroll employment added 400 jobs in March. Total employment estimates, which include agricultural and self-employed workers along with payroll workers, increased by 360 jobs. The labor force expanded by 654 workers.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis also released personal income data for 2015 that indicates personal income in Montana increased by 4.4% over the year. Personal income measures the amount of income received by Montana residents from economic activity, and includes wages, business income, royalties, and other sources of income. (Source: Montana Department of Labor & Industry)
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