Bozeman Montana Best Places To Work In Montana


Bozeman is a lively, beautiful town tucked under the Bridger Mountains and surrounded by other mountain ranges. The streets are usually full of people and dogs walking the sidewalks.

Consistently making the top of “Best Place to Live” lists and attracting a lot of media attention around the country, Bozeman is becoming a “buzz word” and it’s easy to see why. Filled with personality - it’s in a league of its own.

There is no shortage of great eating and sipping spots. New restaurants, breweries, coffee shops, and distilleries are popping up every day to keep up with demand.

There is great shopping in the downtown area and a fully functioning urban mall.

It’s home to a successful University: Montana State University (MSU) and has attracted a lot of new companies to the area.

The dynamic is family-friendly and the access to the outdoors is a priority for many of the residents.

A variety of parks speckle the town and many of them are dog friendly! Bring your furry friends and kids to these well-maintained outdoor recreation areas throughout town.

Big Sky, arguably Montana’s best known ski area sits right outside the town and attracts skiers and snowboarders from all over the world. Bridger Mountain is a another popular ski area where you can enjoy pure Montana powder every season.

Hylite Canyon is a well known recreating area with a large reservoir, trails, and forests for all your outdoorsy needs.

Museum of the Rockies is a great place for families to be entertained by exciting exhibits and, of course, lots of dinosaur bones.

Live music can be stumbled upon most nights of the week and large festivals take place through the city parks in the summers. More regular shows can be found at the Rialto - a newly renovated theatre that hosts musics and shows from around the world. The roxy, Bozeman’s older movie theatre sits right across the street and showcases mainstream and indie films.

You’re a short drive from Yellowstone National Park

The city has grown quickly and the economy is booming, making the real estate numbers rise in comparison to many other Montana towns.

Whether you’re a long term Bozeman resident looking for a change of pace or freshly relocating into the area, our team would love to assist you in your real estate needs.


AREA: 19.15 sq mi

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33% Married, 56% Single
Media Age: 27.6
Media Household Income: $45,729
Media Family Income: $69,356


Retail Trade (10,000 jobs)
Accomodation & Food Services (8,000 jobs)
Construction (8,000 jobs)
Professional, Scientific & Technical Services (7,750 jobs)
Health Care & Socail Assistance (6,500 jobs)
Real Estate, Rental & Leasing (6,000 jobs)
State Government (6,000 jobs)
Other Services (4,000 jobs)
Manufacturing (4,000 jobs)


2018 Policom report ranks Bozeman, MT the #1 micropolitan area in the country