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SOURCES

1) Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, Northwest and Rural Resort Region: Job Vacancy Survey, 2001];

2) The Economist, Feb. 3, 1996;

3 Northwest Colorado Council of Governments, Rural Resort Region: 2004 Cost of Living Summary Report, May, 2004; http://www.nwc.cog.co.us;

4) Larry Swanson, Missoula’s Changing Economy, 2003, http://www.crmw.org/MontanaOnTheMove/Community_Activities.shtml

5) USA Today "Exclusivity in the Clouds; New Idaho resort promises plush amenities and Un-crowded runs" January 14, 2005

6) Montana Department of Labor and Industry, http://www.ourfactsyourfuture.org;

7) US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, http://www.bea.doc.gov

8) Northwest Job Gap Study, 2004, http://www.nwfco.org/job_gap.htm ;

9) Stephen Seninger, Economic Development and Health Care in Montana, www.bber.umt.edu/content;

10) Center for the Rocky Mountain West, University of Montana, http://www.crmw.org/MontanaOnTheMove ;

11) Northwest Colorado Council of Governments, The Social and Economic Effects of Second Homes, June, 2004;

12) Hal Clifford, Downhill Slide: Why the Corporate Ski Industry Is Bad for Skiing, Ski Towns, and the Environment, 2002;

13) Thomas Power and Richard Barrett, Post Cowboy Economics: Pay and prosperity in the New American West, 2001;

14) Missoulian Newspaper, Janauary 9, 2005;

15) Center for the Rocky Mountain West, University of Montana, http://www.crmw.org/MontanaOnTheMove ;

16) http://www.greateryellowstone.org

17) Sheep Mountain Alliance, Telluride, Colorado, http://www.wccongress.org/sma.cfm ;

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