Good one! Exactly why I left there 23 years ago....nope.
High demand for nannies.
Probably tons of jobs for engineers given the explosive growth.
A plethora of Microbreweries full of twentysomethings.
high demand for children as there are so many soccer teams that there is a shortage of players.
About 50000 currently, will be about 100000 in a year.
I think you have a winner.
Great movie, but most of it was filmed in Park, and Gallatin Counties.We've never regretted the move to Missoula..... ever! It's a really fun town and the outdoor recreation is amazing. Tough job market and high housing costs though. Watch A River Runs Through It one more time before deciding
You'll love Missoula.Shoot sorry for dragging my feet on responses guys I"ve been helping a friend move all weekend, but thanks for the replies! I think Cheyenne may be one of our best options but I was there briefly last year and it was at the tail end of a 28hr drive so I may have been incoherent but it doesn't seem like there much wilderness readily available... for evening biking trips. I'd LOVE to get her to MT but I don't think I"ll be able to swing that, we discussed going in the winter to see what she thinks.
We considered Phoenix but I have a chocolate lab that absolutely HATES the heat, he'll go outside for a walk in 80 deg heat and be done in 10min but I can train him in the fall and you'll never be able to physically wear him out.
ALso looked into flagstaff, loved it until someone told me it's a real hippy artsy town....