More Montanans quitting, retiring amid nationwide labor shortage

26February 2022

Montana is facing historic high numbers of workers quitting their jobs.

The Montana Department of Labor and Industry shows an average of 15,000 quits per month in the first three months of 2021. That number increased to 19,000 from September to November.

We asked the Montana Department of Labor and Industry for an interview twice, but they said they would only answer questions through email.

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