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Best Buy to Close 50 Stores and Lay Off Hundreds of Employees — Dollars and Sense

In recent years, electronics retailer Best Buy has struggled to find its footing — and now the chain has announced it will close 50 stores and lay off scores of employees.

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What Are the Best Jobs for Young People?

If you’re between 16 and 24 and looking for work with flexible hours, decent pay and job security, you may want to consider donning a white lab coat. In a new ranking, many of the top 15 best jobs for young people were in health care.

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How Are Young People Dealing With Unemployment?

The dismal state of the economy has been rough on everyone, but perhaps no more so than on those between 16 and 29. Whereas the US unemployment rate currently stands at 8.3 percent, more than half of young people under 30 are out of work.

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Find Out What Job Buzzwords Like ‘Detail-Oriented’ and ‘Team Player’ Really Mean

At some point you’ve probably held a job that turned out to be unpleasantly different than you thought. As it turns out, though, the warning signs of what positions really entail might actually be right in the job postings.

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School Debt? Americorps Has Two Open Lolo Positions

Americorps is currently looking for 16 new members to work in Montana's state parks starting in May. Those near Missoula may be interested in two positions open at Traveler's Rest State Park in Lolo.

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Interview Horror Stories Finally Revealed From Employer Survey

Many job hunters have reported some rather bizarre interviews, but they aren’t the only ones surprised during the process. Turns out employers have plenty of eyebrow-raising stories of their own.

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Talk Back: Populism and Taxes

Not too long ago, Obama was pushing tax increases for those making over 250,000. Now he's had a change of heart. If you make $999,999.00 or less he doesn't want to touch your money. If you make a dollar more than that, however, you'll be responsible for paying for the next "stimulus" known as the American Jobs Act

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Manufacturers Eye Former Smurfit-Stone Site

A Missoula official says two manufacturing companies are considering the former Smurfit-Stone paper mill site in Frenchtown as a possible area for production facilities.

Missoula Economic Partnership President Jim Bowman has declined to name the companies but says one makes wind turbines and the other is a pellet manufacturer

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Baucus Says It Is Time To Reopen Columbia Falls Aluminum Company

Senator Max Baucus met with administrator of the Bonneville Power Administration, Stephen Wright this week urging BPA to move forward with a plan that would reopen Columbia Falls Aluminum Company. Reopening CFAC would create as many as 350 good-paying jobs in the Columbia Falls community

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Senator Max Baucus Stopped By To KGVO On Friday

Photo Taken By Shande WiestSenator Max Baucus stopped by the studio on Friday and was able to give me a quick interview. We discussed his role with Congress' Committee on Deficit Reduction, otherwise known as the "super committee"

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