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By Tim Leeds 

Economic panel talks local housing and remote working

Area could take advantage of online work and low housing prices, one suggests

 

Last updated 3/23/2022 at 11:11am

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Patrick Barkey, executive director of University of Montana's Bureau of Business and Economic Research, left, moderates a panel discussion Wednesday last week during the Economic Outlook Seminar 2022 in Hensler Auditorium in Montana State University-Northern's Applied Technology Center.

A panel of experts talked about local economic issues during a discussion last week at the end of the Economic Outlook Seminar 2022 put on by University of Montana's Bureau of Business and Economic Research, with two issues becoming intertwined - housing and remote work.

Bureau Executive Director Patrick Barkey moderated the panel discussion, which included Bear Paw Development Corp. Exectuive Director Paul Tuss, bureau Associate Director Paul Sonora, Jeremy Sage, Montana State University Extension Specialist Joel Schumacher and Montana High Tech Business Alliance Executive Director Chris...



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