Bozeman, MT is, simply put, unforgettable. It’s perfect fusion of charming, small-town spirit, dynamic cultural and artistic flavor, and wild, untouched backcountry make it a haven for adventurers of all types. Nestled in the heart of the Gallatin Valley, Bozeman has come to serve as the hub connecting residents and visitors to the vast array of sites and activities available both within the city limits and across the region.
Particularly since the pandemic, the Bozeman region has seen a huge uptick in those wishing to experience some of the area’s magic for themselves. Unmatched access to a range of year-round outdoor activities (skiing, snowboarding, hot springs, hiking, fly fishing, golfing, and more) paired with trendy dining and shopping options downtown and a diverse cultural scene make it all that much more appealing.
The population in Bozeman is expected to nearly double by the year 2050, particularly as the economy in the region thrives. Wages in the area are high and unemployment rates sit at just 2.5%. Agriculture and tourism bolster the local economy, but high-tech industries are beginning to make a big impact, as well, as many companies relocate from the west coast, in particular. Other top employers include Bozeman Health, Montana State University, Simms Fishing Products and Mystery Ranch.
In 2023, the State passed a sweeping tax reform bill, with income tax rate reductions, various property tax exemptions, and corporate tax incentives, all aimed to make Montana more attractive to businesses and entrepreneurs. Bozeman’s thriving startup and tech industry is helped fueled by Montana State University, a major anchor for the community, being a Carnegie top-tier research university surrounded by millions of acres of wilderness.
With so much to offer, it’s no wonder that Bozeman is considered one of the fastest growing cities in America.
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