Gallatin County's seat was originally Fort Ellis, but the name was changed in the 1880s to honor John Bozeman, who opened the Bozeman Trail. It is near the Gallatin National Forest.
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If you’re passionate about nursing and being rewarded for your hard work, working as a nurse in Bozeman, Montana. is for you. Registered nurses in Bozeman receive an average annual salary of $67,800. The city’s 42,000 residents are particularly passionate about charity work; the Whirling Disease Foundation and the Yellowstone Park Foundations are just a few organizations in Bozeman that work towards a good cause. Outdoor enthusiasts can find plenty of trails for skiing, cycling and hiking at the nearby Bridger Range north of Bozeman and the Spanish Peaks (less than 60 miles south of Bozeman). Founded in 1893, Montana State University in Bozeman is a top tier research institution and its College of Nursing, founded in 1937, offers both undergraduate and graduate nursing degree programs. Submit your resume to be matched to jobs in Bozeman.