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Area Statistics

Gallatin County grew 3.7 percent between 2015 and 2016

Newly released figures put Gallatin County's population at 104,500 people. Roughly 80 percent of the population gain was from new arrivals to the area.

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Montana makes list of top 10 states with the brightest futures for Millennials

To identify the states offering the greatest opportunities for those looking to start or grow their careers, Expert Market evaluated six factors to gauge which states are recovering better from the recession: unemployment, GDP per capita, startup density, house value, new entrepreneurs, and household income. Montana earned an overall ranking of 6th place while North Dakota took top ranking.

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Single-family and condo sales prices continue to rise in Gallatin County

The Gallatin Association of REALTORS® has released its real estate statistics for May 2017, revealing increases in home sales prices and a drop in the amount of time homes spend on the market. 

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Growing for prosperity? (Prospera mentioned in article about job creation) 

Count the bodies and there’s no question the Bozeman area is booming, as thousands of new arrivals a year flock here looking to build their lives among mountains. But what about jobs? After migrants roll up in their U-Hauls, pause to admire the view and grit their teeth to cut their first month’s rent check, will they find economic opportunity to match the natural splendor? As navigating our housing market gets ever tougher for those who’ve been here for years or decades, will we be able to find the career options we need to stick it out?

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Coworking space caters to budding entrepreneurs in Bozeman

Sitting above the Treasure State Hostel on Main Street, the space looks like a nondescript office, full of new desks, conference rooms and a fully stocked kitchen. The building is a blank slate, and that’s the point. Cowork Bozeman, the area’s newest coworking space, is designed to be a bit of a chameleon, a rentable office for up-and-coming entrepreneurs or individuals looking for a workplace more formal than a coffee shop.

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