Daily Montanan: Interim committee wrestles with Montana’s childcare capabilities, low wages, and staff retention

“Local chambers (of commerce), economic development agencies and schools are relaying the message to us that the lack of accessible quality care negatively affects employers’ ability to recruit and retain employees,” said Caitlin Jensen, the executive director of Zero to Five Montana. “And state leaders are looking for a solution, however, quickly learning that there’s no silver bullet. This is a complex challenge, and it’s one that we really need to look at holistically.”

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