Federal Jobs in Montana
Over half of Montana’s federal workforce is charged with protecting the state’s precious natural resources and managing its large amount of federally-owned property through various USDA and DOI agencies. The U.S. Forest Service employs 3,500 in the state, and the DOI’s Bureau of Land Management and Bureau of Indian Affairs both employ nearly 700.
Population: 0.9 million
Federal Workforce: 11,740
Largest Federal Departments / Agencies (number of employees in parentheses): Department of Agriculture (4,226), Department of the Interior (2,653), Department of Defense (1,326), Department of Health and Human Services (970), and the Department of Homeland Security (960).
As of March 2nd, 2009 there are 58 Government and Policy jobs in Montana listed on GovCentral’s job search engine (powered by USAJobs.) Check them out here.
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