Helena is the capital city of the U.S state of Montana and the county seat of Lewis and Clark County.
Helena was founded as a gold camp during the Montana gold rush and was established in 1864. Over $3.6 billion of gold was extracted in the city limits over a duration of two decades making it one of the wealthiest cities in the United States by the late nineteenth century.
Helena has a long record of economic stability with its history as the state capital and being founded in area rich in silver and lead deposits. Helena is a major hub of activity at the county, state and federal level.
Over 65% of all jobs in the the city are private sector and according to Helena’s Chamber of Commerce, the capital’s median household income is around $55,000 and its unemployment rate of just under 2% .
Indeed Helena is facing a significant skills shortage and consideration is being given to ramp up apprenticeships and looking at innovative upskilling solutions such as the Back 4 Good Academy.
Education is a major employer with two high schools and accompanying elementary and middle schools for K -12 students as well as Helena College with major employers within the city of Helena including Carroll College and the medical community.
There are many opportunities available in Helena and the city is calling its people back home for good.
Among the roles available today are,
- Agricultural and Forestry Production Managers
- Construction Managers
- Hotel and Restaurant Managers
- Bakers and Pastry Cooks
- Stonemasons and carvers
- Environmental Protection Professionals
- Software Developers
- Computer Network and system technicians
- Air Conditioning and refrigeration mechanics
and much much more.
If you wish to return home to Helena and Montana register today with Back 4 Good -Your future in Helena and we will take it from there for you.