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Bryce Boepple is a finance student, fitness enthusiast, and sponsored obstacle course racer. 

Bryce Boepple enjoys being able to work and interact with diverse groups of people.
Www.bryceboepple.com is Bryce Boepple’s personal blog and landing page and has links to his social media accounts as well as his resume. Bryce Boepple has participated in multiple obstacle course races across the country including states such as Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas.
Bryce Boepple is pursuing a career in finance and wealth management or sales. Bryce Boepple can work very well both independently or with a team. Very motivated and am a self-starter.
Bryce Boepple enjoys volunteering within his communities, and to date has volunteered at many places such as nursing homes, heritage centers doing translation work, and a food bank, where he packaged readymade meals and canned goods for local families in need.
In the past, Bryce Boepple has worked in the North Dakota Bakken oil fields doing che…

5 Reasons You Should Consider Moving to North Dakota

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North Dakota may be considered a fly-over state, but is the title deserved? Let’s find out. Great small Business environment. North Dakota has a booming small business environment. Fargo, North Dakota is routinely voted as one of the best places to start a business by Forbes.com. While much of the economic success can be attributed to the Bakken shale formation in the western portion of the state, there are areas in North Dakota such as Fargo that are proving the state is more than just a frack zone. Businesses in the down town areas of the more populous cities of North Dakota including Bismarck, Fargo, Minot, and Grand Forks are all boasting great success as these areas are renovated and brought back to life. Fargo, thanks to companies like the Kilbourne Group, has undergone a major revitalization, and business in the downtown area has been booming. Fargo, North Dakota downtown The Fargo metro area has had solid job growth for the past 5 years at 1.8% annually, and unemployment was at…