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Gardiner entrepreneur builds business showcasing ‘jobs in great places’

Bill Berg speaks during the Gardiner Gateway Project launch in Gardiner, Mont., sharing the stage with Daniel Bierschwale, President, Gardiner Chamber of Commerce and Clara Conner, Division Engineer, Western Federal Lands Highway Division. (Yellowstone Gate/Ruffin Prevost - click to enlarge)

Bill Berg first came to Yellowstone National Park in 1972 to take a summer job pumping gas. You'll still find him at Yellowstone's doorstep, and he's still all about finding jobs in the park. But four decades later, Berg has become the king of "jobs in great places," matching workers with employers in some of the most beautiful and inspiring spots in America. Berg owns and operates, an online job placement portal and social media hub that specializes in finding seasonal and year-round workers to toil at national parks, dude ranches, ski areas and other similar venues. Continue Reading →

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