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What's it Like to Work in Garfield County Montana?
Libby Ecord, Land Negotiator at Noble Energy worked Garfield County in the 80s when the county's abstract office was in a little girl's bedroom at a house about 4 blocks from the courthouse. You can ask Libby about her experiences as a land negotiator in Garfield County on LinkedIn's Professional Landman Jobs Group or view her professional profile.


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Garfield County, Montana
Seat: Jordan

The population of Garfield County, Montana increased by 84 in 2013 bringing the total to 1290 people living in 853 homes and apartments spread across 4675 square miles. The new estimate moves Garfield County to number 49 in our list of least populated counties in the US.


People who live in Garfield County have an annual income of $24223 which is $779 less than the statewide average for Montana. The average per capita income nationwide is $28051. Garfield County ranks number 75 for highest income in sparsely populated counties.


Homes are cheap here with the median value of a home being $85000 compared to $181400 nationwide. 75.8% of housing units in Garfield County are occupied by their owners.


The US Census Bureau reports 0.2% of the county's residents are foreign immigrants who have settled in one of the most remote places in America. 

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