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CNN —The Oscars of the food world — the James Beard Awards — were handed out Monday night to many chefs and restaurants reflecting cultures and regions that have long been overlooked when honoring culinary achievement in the United States. Outstanding Chef winner Michael Rafidi dedicated his award to Palestinian people all over the world in his acceptance speech. The 2024 winners bring heritage from all over the globe — the Philippines, Mexico, Japan, Peru, Vietnam, Senegal — to tables across the United States. This year’s awards also bring recognition to restaurants in many smaller towns and states that have not historically been recognized with James Beard Awards. Chef Masako Morishita received the James Beard Award for Emerging Chef.
Persons: James Beard, , Serigne Mbaye, ” Mbaye, Michael Rafidi, , Paul Smith, Lula Drake Wine, Chef Masako Morishita, Beard, Deb Lindsey, Masako Morishita, Atsuko Fujimoto, Morishita, Adams Morgan, Fujimoto, Baker, Ruth Reichl, Reichl, , foodie, James Beard’s, ” Beard, Hamissi Mamba, Nadia Nijimbere, MI, Yenvy Pham, Phở, WA Chris Viaud, NH Hollis Wells Silverman, Erika Whitaker, Kelly Whitaker, Sarah Minnick, Dean Neff, Renee Touponce, David Uygur, Christine Dong, Fariyal Abdullahi, Janet Becerra, SC Ryan Fernandez, Mel, Baker Susan Bae, Jesus Brazon, Manuel Brazon, Crystal Kass, Valentine, AZ Anna Posey, Hospitality Crawford, NC Gemma, Lula Cafe, Vin, California Geoff Davis, CA Rogelio Garcia, Auro, Lord Maynard Llera, Kuya, Los Angeles , CA Tara Monsod, Billy ” Ngo, Vinnie Cimino, Cordelia, Jose Salazar, Sarkar, Hajime Sato, Sozai, MI Jenner Tomaska, Tony Conte, Jesse Ito, Matt Kern, Harley Peet, Kevin Tien, Ann Ahmed, Rob Connoley, Dan Jacobs, Dan Van Rite, Christina Nguyen, Hai, Tim Nicholson, Brandon Cunningham, Ali Sabbah, Matt Vawter, Penelope Wong, Yuan Wonton, Nick Zocco, NY Atsushi Kono, Chris Mauricio, Charlie Mitchell, Clover, NY Jeremy Salamon, Conor Dennehy, Talulla, Maria Meza, David Standridge, Jake Stevens, Cara Tobin, Honey, Avery Adams, Matia, WA Kristi Brown, WA Josh Dorcak, Gregory Gourdet, Melissa Miranda, Jamie Davis, The, Washington , NC Rod Lassiter, Parnass Savang, James London, Chubby Fish, SC Robbie Robinson, Valerie Chang, FL Hunter Evans, Jackson, MS Gabriel Hernandez, Carlos Portela, Rene Andrade, Jeff Chanchaleune, Ma Der, Steve, Steve Riley, NM Eduardo Rodriguez, Zacatlán, Texas Emmanuel Chavez, Houston , TX Christopher Cullum, Cullum’s Attaboy, San Antonio , TX Tracy Malechek, Ezekiel, Birdie’s, Misti Norris, Petra, Ana Liz Pulido, Ana Liz Taqueria Organizations: CNN, Dakar NOLA, Lyric Opera, Michelin, Beverages Program, Chefs, The Washington Post, Washington Commanders, The New York Times, Gourmet Magazine, James, James Beard Foundation, Hav, Seattle , WA Nikko Cagalanan, SC, NY, Dakar, FL Kisser, Nashville , TN Oro, Caracas Bakery, AZ, Hospitality, IL, NY Woodford Food & Beverage, Beverages, SC The Morris, D.C, BEST, Social Haus, UT, New, New York State, Pacific, FL, Houston , TX Locations: United States, New Orleans, West Africa, Chicago, Portland , Oregon, Pacific, Albi, Washington, Ramallah, Philippines, Mexico, Japan, Peru, Vietnam, Senegal, West Virginia, Charleston , West Virginia, Columbia , South Carolina, Mission , Texas, Mystic , Connecticut, Easton , Maryland, Portland , Maine, Tokyo, Perry’s, Adams, DC, Bakery, Detroit, Seattle, WA, Greenleaf, Ansanm, Milford, Wolfeboro, NH, The Wells, Boulder, Portland, Wilmington ,, Albi , Washington, The, Lucia, Dallas , TX, Santa Fe, Marfa ,, San Antonio ,, Springs, , New York, Pancita, Seattle , WA, Kultura, Charleston, Southern Junction, Buffalo, Waitsburg, Lockhart, TX, Carmel, Dorchester, Dakar NOLA , New Orleans, LA Hayward, McMinnville, Kaya, Orlando, Nashville , TN, Nixta , Minneapolis, Shan, Bozeman, Albuquerque, Long Beach ,, Hudson, Caracas, Doral, Miami, Phoenix, Elske, IL, Son, Raleigh, NC, Dallas ,, New York, NY, Columbia, San Francisco ,, Anaheim , Anaheim, , Washington, Waxlight, Montpelier, VT, Baltimore, , New Orleans, LA, Brownsville ,, California, Burdell, Oakland, Calistoga, Los Angeles ,, San Diego ,, Kru, Sacramento, Lakes, MI, Cleveland ,, Mita’s, Cincinnati, Indienne, Clawson, Esmé, NJ, PA, Philadelphia, Fenwick, Bas Rouge, Easton, KS, MN, MO, WI, Khâluna, Minneapolis, St, Louis, EsterEv, Milwaukee, Hai Hai , Minneapolis, Omaha, UT, WY, Greenough, Salt Lake City, Rootstalk, Breckenridge, Denver, Urban, Sofreh, Brooklyn, Kono , New York, Harana, Accord, Clover Hill, RI, Cambridge, Dolores, Providence ,, Leeward, Burlington, Island, MÄS, Ashland, kann, Musang, KY, TN, The Hackney, Washington , NC, Talat, Atlanta, West Columbia, Maty’s, Elvie’s, Verde Mesa, San Juan, Saffron , New Orleans, AZ, NM, Bacanora, Oklahoma City, Henderson, Mesa, Tatemó, Houston ,, Austin ,, Mission
Institutional options traders frequently refer to "buying" or "selling" volatility, but what does this mean? These allow investors to trade future realized volatility against current implied volatility. A buyer of a variance swap pays the "implied volatility" - consider this to be the market's current expectation for future volatility over some predetermined period, in return for receiving the "realized volatility". A variance swap buyer will profit if realized volatility exceeds implied volatility, and a seller will profit if implied volatility exceeds realized. The first is that a VIX future is not as reactive to changes in the VIX Index as one might expect.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Goldman, I'm, I've Organizations: Snowflake Inc, Cloud Locations: Snowflake, The Bozeman , Montana, San Francisco
Boeing 737 Max 8 fuselages manufactured by Spirit Aerosystems in Wichita, Kansas are transported on a BSNF train heading west over the Bozeman Pass March 12, 2019 in Bozeman, Montana. The FAA ordered the report following a near-catastrophic blowout of an airplane door panel on a new 737 Max 9 earlier this year. The FAA also barred Boeing from increasing 737 Max production until the agency was satisfied with Boeing's quality control improvements. The crisis has again tarnished Boeing's reputation, opened it to more federal scrutiny and forced it to slow 737 Max output. Boeing Chief Financial Officer Brian West last week said the company expects to burn cash this year, instead of generating cash.
Persons: Spirit Aerosystems, Dave Calhoun, Max, Mike Whitaker, Brian West, Calhoun, , West Organizations: Boeing, Max, Spirit, Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, Alaska Airlines, United, Southwest Locations: Wichita , Kansas, Bozeman, Bozeman , Montana
With former President Donald Trump highly likely to win Montana in November, many Republicans believe he'll be able to aid down-ballot candidates like Sheehy. AdvertisementTester, a moderate Democrat, has established a political brand that has defied the state's GOP orientation for nearly 20 years. Greg Gianforte, the Montana legislature passed housing and land-use reform bills that overhauled the construction process — and now permit more housing density. The issue is sure to be a major issue for Tester — as well as the eventual GOP Senate nominee — for a state in transition. National Republicans see Montana as one of their best opportunities to win a "red" seat, especially as many transplants left Democratic-dominated coastal states for a more rustic environment.
Persons: , Jon Tester, Tim Sheehy, Donald Trump, he'll, Sheehy, it's, Greg Gianforte, Tester Organizations: Service, Senate, GOP, Business, Montana, The New York Times, Census Bureau, GOP Gov, eventual, National Republicans, Democratic, Democrats, Republicans Locations: Montana, California , Oregon, Washington, Bozeman, RVs
Growing up in Bozeman, Mont., Dylan Heintz loved the picturesque views of the snow-capped mountains and the small-town charm. Things were cheap: His dad bought the family home for about $80,000. Drawn by Montana’s natural beauty and easy access to outdoor activities, the newcomers have created an affordability crisis and a local backlash that are transforming the state’s economy and politics. “I love this place, but it’s just a tough place to live in,” said Mr. Heintz, 28, an auto body repairman. “There are a lot of out-of-staters that have some money, and they’re willing to pay above asking price.
Persons: Dylan Heintz, Bozeman, , , Heintz, Jon Tester, Tim Sheehy Organizations: Big Sky, Foods, Senate, Democratic, Navy SEAL, Republican Locations: Bozeman, Mont, Florida,
Baylon said not all Montana transplants are remote workers buying property and driving up prices. AdvertisementThis is an as-told-to essay based on a conversation with 34-year-old Ian Baylon, a tradesman who moved from California to Montana in April 2022. Here in Montana there's a huge shortage of labor too. While it was very competitive in California, there's a lot of demand for the trades up here, but nobody up here really wants to learn the trades. A lot work in tech or finance, and there's no need for them to work locally.
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People living in RVs or cars has surged in Bozeman, Montana, as housing costs have spiked. "Urban camping" has made the city's unhoused population more visible. City officials say the number of Bozeman residents living in their RVs or cars spiked by 200% in two years, according to Montana PBS, which cited the city. "This — with urban camping, RVs, more cars — This is a recent phenomenon." "First, these folks are our residents too," the city website says when discussing how it's addressing urban camping.
Persons: , Terry Cunningham, Mayor Cunningham, Steven Ankney Organizations: Service, West ., Montana PBS, Bozeman, PBS, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Resource Development Council Locations: RVs, Bozeman , Montana, Bozeman, Montana, , West, West . Bozeman, Yellowstone, Gallatin County
One told CNN he heard the first large burst of shooting come from where US Marines were standing, near the blast site. This is significantly more than the three “near simultaneous” bursts of gunfire that the Pentagon investigations have claimed occurred. The Supplemental Review found no new evidence of a complex attack, and uncovered no new assertions of outgoing fire post-blast. “They were targeting people,” another, Nazir, 16, told CNN. CNN spoke with about ten Marines anonymously, many of whom described hearing gunfire and feeling under attack from it.
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According to a trial transcript, two friends of Durrett also testified they’d heard Ezra make similar statements. Durrett didn’t implicate Ezra until months after the crime — and after he, Durrett, had been charged with the murder. And although she has been “madly in love” before, Christine said she’d never felt such pure love as she does with Ezra. But the older man said the younger man couldn’t love her because he didn’t even love himself. A few days later he told Christine about another man who needed her help.
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Lonita Jensen, a retired nurse, said she moved to Ecuador because of high prices in the US. Jensen said her apartment in Ecuador would cost three times as much in her home state of Montana. AdvertisementThis is an as-told-to essay based on a conversation with 71-year-old Lonita Jensen, a retired nurse who is from Montana but currently living in Ecuador. AdvertisementMy sister had come down to Ecuador and she said, "Well, you can afford to live down here." But any place that's pretty now is so expensive you can't live there.
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CNN —A New Orleans restaurant featuring a modern Senegalese tasting menu and an Ethiopia-born chef who studied psychology before turning to a culinary career are among the restaurants and chefs named as finalists for the coveted James Beard Awards. The finalists for the Restaurant and Chef Awards were announced Wednesday in Washington, DC. In the Emerging Chef category, Fariyal Abdullahi, executive chef at Hav & Mar in New York, is among the five finalists. Masako Morishita moved to Washington, DC to be a cheerleader for the Washington Commanders. Fariyal Abdullahi, executive chef at Hav & Mar in New York, is among the five finalists in the Emerging Chef category.
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CNN —Although morels are generally considered safe, the mushrooms were at the heart of a deadly illness outbreak in Montana last year. In the end, 51 people reported getting sick after eating there, and 45 of them reported eating the morels during March and April of last year. Most of the customers who got sick reported vomiting and serious/severe diarrhea. The CDC investigation determined that the morel mushrooms were cultivated and imported fresh from China. “A lot of mushrooms have various toxins that get broken down when they’re cooked, and that makes them safer.
Persons: , , Greg Mueller, they’re, Matthew Nelsen, morel, ” Mueller, Dr, Sanjay Gupta, “ It’s, Nelsen, “ There’s, ” Muller Organizations: CNN, US Centers for Disease Control, Chicago Botanic Garden, Field Museum, CDC, Investigators, CNN Health Locations: Montana, Chicago, Bozeman , Montana, China, California, morel, morels
Greg Gianforte blames Paramount's hit 2018 soap opera "Yellowstone" for what he calls his state's most pressing crisis: housing affordability. The so-called Montana Miracle has been celebrated by progressive housing advocates across the country. The policies are supply-side fixes for the crisis — creating more housing to drive down costs — rather than subsidizing renters or lower-income homebuyers. Education Images/Getty ImagesRunning on housingGianforte was "pretty distant" when it came to overseeing the housing task force, Dugan said. Last June, he extended the housing task force through the next legislative session.
Persons: , Greg Gianforte, Paramount's, Kevin Costner's, Gianforte, It's, it's, Kelly Lynch, who've, Mary Vanier, Kendall Cotton, Nathan Dugan, Daniel Zelnikov, Zelnikov, Lynch, Dugan, trickier, I've, he's, That's, Karlen, George Nikolakakos Organizations: Service, Business, Big Sky, Montana League of, Republican, Democratic, Montana, Frontier Institute, GOP Locations: Montana, Bozeman, and Towns, Montana's, Missoula, California, Whitefish, Washington
A spokesman for Mr. Rosendale declined to comment. In those seven campaigns over 12 years, Mr. Rosendale has won five contests and lost two. Mr. Rosendale finished three points behind Mr. Tester in that race after narrowly winning the primary with 34 percent of the vote. Mr. Rosendale has been a frequent guest on Mr. Bannon’s “War Room” podcast, which is popular with conservatives. A third super PAC supporting Mr. Sheehy, known as More Jobs, Less Government, has been underwritten by a few wealthy Wall Street executives.
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REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsNov 29 (Reuters) - Snowflake (SNOW.N) forecast quarterly product revenue above estimates on Wednesday, as increasing adoption of artificial intelligence boosted demand for its data cloud offerings. Snowflake expects product revenue for the fourth quarter to be in the range of $716 million to $721 million, which is above analysts' average estimate of $700.3 million, according to data from LSEG. For the third quarter, the company's revenue rose 32% to $734.2 million, above estimates of $713.1 million. Product revenue, which is derived from the consumption of compute, storage, and data transfer resources, was above estimates at $698.5 million for the quarter ended Oct. 31. The company also raised its product revenue forecast for 2024 to $2.65 billion from $2.60 billion.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Frank Slootman, Arsheeya, Maju Samuel Organizations: Snowflake Inc, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, LSEG, Gartner, Thomson Locations: New York, U.S, Bozeman , Montana, Bengaluru
They serve on the board of Groundwater Management District 3, which since 1996 has overseen the pumping of 16.2 trillion gallons of groundwater — enough to fill Lake Mead, the country’s largest reservoir, twice over. From Maryland to Hawaii groundwater levels are falling, often the result of overpumping and underregulation, made worse by climate change. Groundwater Levels at Goldstrike Mine Observation wells at Goldstrike show a pattern of immense groundwater withdrawals. “And money talks.”Kansas City Groundwater Management District 3 KANSAS Wichita KANSAS Groundwater Management District 3 Kansas City Groundwater Management District 3 KANSAS WichitaGrowing corn in the Kansas drylandsIn Kansas, the power of the men who run Groundwater Management District 3 is enormous. Groups like Groundwater Management District 3 have until 2026 to come up with plans to sustain groundwater.
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Tester entered the Senate after selling Montana voters on his authenticity, and the former high school band teacher's message hasn’t changed much. Tester chairs the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee. “I take my cues directly from the veterans of this state,” Tester told the assembly at Bigfork High School. There’s been an influx of newcomers from Arizona, Washington state, California and Texas. He currently ranks second with $407,000 in contributions from lobbyists, putting him just behind Washington state Democratic Sen. Maria Cantwell, according to the research group OpenSecrets.
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(AP) — Victims of government-backed Native American boarding schools are expected to share their experiences Sunday as U.S. officials make a final stop in Montana on their yearlong tour to confront the institutions that regularly abused students to assimilate them into white society. For over 150 years, Indigenous children were taken from their communities and forced into the boarding schools. A Native American boarding school school in the town of St. Ignatius on the Flathead Reservation was open until at least 1973. In southeastern Montana the Tongue River Boarding School operated under various names until at least 1970, when the Northern Cheyenne Tribe contracted it as a tribal school, according to government records. The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition has tallied an additional 113 schools not on the government list that were run by churches and with no evidence of federal support.
Persons: Deb Haaland, Wizipan Garriott, Garriott, They’ve, Fort, Ignatius, Organizations: , Montana State University, Interior Department, Boarding School, Northern Cheyenne Tribe, National, American Boarding School, Coalition Locations: BOZEMAN, Mont, Montana, Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico, Bozeman, U.S, Alaska, Hawaii, Rosebud Sioux, Oklahoma , South Dakota , Michigan, Arizona, Blackfeet, Fort Peck, Fort Belknap, St
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Driggs, Idaho, is the latest western mountain town to grapple with an surge of outsider money. AdvertisementAdvertisementChristina Assante bought a half-acre lot in Driggs, a ski town on the border of Wyoming, for $500,000 in 2021. Assante, and her son, Asher, are a part of a growing population setting course for the burgeoning ski town that was once overshadowed by its trendy neighbor Jackson, Wyoming. AdvertisementAdvertisementAn uncharted ski town in Idaho is ready to explodeIn Driggs, the town's expansion trajectory hangs in the balance as a, more literal, expansion is being organized. Locals are being pushed further outside of this Colorado ski townVail, Colorado, an expensive ski town a little less than 100 miles outside of Denver, could be viewed as a cautionary tale for Driggs and other budding ski towns.
Persons: , Rich, Dutton, Luke Smith, Engel, Völkers Jackson, Cindy Riegel, Christina Assante, Assante, Michael, Asher, Driggs, Riegel, Allison Weibel, Steve Estvanik, Weibel, Vail, Michelle Badger, Redfin, it's, Mack, Keller Williams, Everdawn Charles, Tamara Williams, Kevin Costner's, Todd O'Hair, Montana's, Jackson, Paul Diegel Organizations: Service, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Census Bureau, New York Times, Times, Vail Resorts, Denver, Getty Images, Montana Chamber of Commerce Locations: Driggs , Idaho, Teton County , Idaho, Wyoming, Alta , Wyoming, Driggs, Jackson , Wyoming, Colorado and Montana, Idaho, Alta, Colorado, Vail , Colorado, Denver, Vail, Gypsum , Colorado, Vail —, Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Bozeman , Montana, DianeBentleyRaymond, Getty Images Bozeman, Yellowstone, . Bozeman, Bozeman, Montana, Park City, Aspen
The adherents of the "Yes In My Backyard," or YIMBY, movement believe that America's housing crisis comes down to the fundamental tension between supply and demand. Today, nearly 75% of residentially-zoned land in the US is restricted to single-family housing — detached homes designed for one family. Folks are like, 'Oh, we're in a housing crisis for the very first time. Ground zero for the modern YIMBY movement was California, where sky-high home prices forced people to reconsider their attitudes toward development. The city didn't allow new multiunit buildings to be taller or wider than the single-family homes they replaced, making construction less financially attractive to developers.
Persons: Nolan Gray, YIMBYism, Sonja Trauss, Trauss, YIMBYs, NIMBYs, Gray, I'm, , Bill, They've, Tayfun Coskun, Muhammad Alameldin, Emily Hamilton, We're unwinding, Jenny Schuetz, Greg Gianforte, California YIMBY, Republican Sen, Todd Young, Democratic Sen, Brian Schatz, Eliza Relman, Kelsey Neubauer Organizations: San, San Francisco Bay Area, Urban Institute, Twitter, of Regional Planning, Public, Cato Institute, University of California, Berkeley Terner Center, Housing, George Mason University, Conservative, Brookings Institute, Republican, Todd Young of Indiana, Democratic, Hawaii Locations: California, San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, I'm, Los Angeles County, Florida, Utah, Minneapolis, Oregon, Austin, Dallas, Seattle, Portland , Oregon, Denver, New York, Texas, YIMBYism, We're, Bozeman, Montana, Miami
Shares of the company rose more than 3% in trading after the bell. The Bozeman, Montana-based company's revenue rose about 36% to $674 million for the quarter ended July 31, above analysts' average estimate of $662.2 million, according to Refinitiv data. Excluding items, the second-quarter adjusted profit per share was 22 cents, compared with analysts' average estimate of 10 cents. Snowflake's second-quarter product revenue rose 37% to $640.2 million, above market estimates of $623 million. The company forecast third-quarter product revenue in the range of $670 million to $675 million, compared with analysts' average estimate of $670.8 million, according to Refinitiv data.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Frank Slootman, Snowflake, Jaspreet Singh, Krishna Chandra Organizations: Snowflake Inc, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Nvidia, Thomson Locations: New York, U.S, Bozeman , Montana, Bengaluru
I didn't know a single person in Montana, but after I visited Bozeman, something about it felt like home. I had a big title but a terrible bank account and felt trapped. I look back on my life in NYC and see how anxious and exhausted I was. People are aware of you in a way that they aren't in a big city, where you can blend in. Buying a house in MontanaLester with her friends at her house in Montana.
Persons: Shallon Lester, she's, I've, Lester, Christian Dior, I'm, Montana Lester, Shallon Lester I lucked, Montana I've, I'd, Guys I've, haven't, it's, Lauryn Haas Organizations: Service, Lean, lhaas Locations: New York City, Bozeman , Montana, Montana, Wall, Silicon, California, Bozeman, Manhattan, Manhattan . Bozeman, NYC, Bozeman I'm, Los Angeles
Recently, western Montana and cities like Bozeman are experiencing a surge in popularity because of the wildly successful drama “Yellowstone” and its prequels “1883” and “1923.”But some of Montana’s most intriguing areas are those that remain untouched by the limelight. The Hi-Line is one of them. It’s the stretch of U.S. Highway 2 that traverses northern Montana for about 650 miles. Remote and vast, this part of Montana is a place where rows of golden wheat fields recede into endless horizons; where a long two-lane highway is colored by grain elevators, railroad cars and century-old homesteading remnants; and where you might drive past a welcome sign that reads: “RUDYARD: 596 Nice People — 1 Old Sore Head!”
Locations: Montana, Bozeman, U.S
The best US cities for high-paying entry-level jobs include Bozeman, Iowa, and Jackson. The average salary for entry-level roles in the US is $40,153, according to Indeed data. Around 87.7% of entry-level roles were above the average wage in Iowa City, Iowa; 84.8% in Jackson, Mississippi; and 83.1% in Kansas. The states that ranked highest for well-paid entry-level jobs were South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, and Iowa. They're in for a shock as entry-level jobs in the US pay $40,153 on average, according to Indeed.
Persons: Jackson, they'd, Organizations: Service, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Washington, Iowa . College, Witch, CNBC Locations: Bozeman , Iowa, Wall, Silicon, Bozeman , Montana, Iowa City , Iowa, Jackson , Mississippi, Kansas . California, San Francisco, Oakland, DC, Honolulu, Hawaii, Virginia Beach , Virginia, South Dakota , Montana , Idaho, Iowa, California, Francisco
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