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Experts Rank Michigan 8th
Most Competitive State For Economic Development
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Shortage of software professionals
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I choose both: College and Career
jobs in the “knowledge economy"

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Workforce News

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Column: What a skilled trades career looks like for Michigan teens

Bridge Magazine Now that Governor Rick Snyder has secured the governorship for another term, expect to see a strong focus on vocational education training during the next four year...

A need for training: Cyber Security

Doug Henze| Crain’s Custom Media Hackers, hactivists and China are among the dizzying array of threats facing the tech infrastructure of corporations. Staying ahead of that...

Hybrid vehicles prompt new EMT training

Doug Henze| Crain’s Custom Media When emergency responders arrive at the scene of a car crash, shutting down the engine and disconnecting the battery used to be the best ways to...

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  • Region emerges from the recent recession. It identifies the region’s three strongest occupational growth sectors and the challenges and opportunities for talent development related to them. Learn More
  • A lot has changed since 2009. Our region is recovering. Yet many of the traditional sources of data have yet to catch up. If we base our decisions solely on this data, we might even be flat out wrong. Learn More
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In a connected world, shift happens

Lisa Katz| Crain’s Detroit Blog In just a five-year time period in Southeast Michigan, the number of online job postings for information technology jobs climbed 55 percent.  This...

Southeast Michigan employment reaches new highs

Lisa Katz| Crain’s Detroit Blog The Workforce Intelligence Network for Southeast Michigan (WIN) released its third quarter labor market reports this week. The reports highlight an...

Overcoming the great divide: college vs. career

Lisa Katz| Crain’s Detroit Blog I recently attended a meeting of academic leaders and asked them to explain to me the mission of education.  One of the responses was, “To promote...

Nurse? Doctor? Where are all the health care workers?

Lisa Katz| Crain’s Detroit Blog In the current Southeast Michigan health care workforce, 45.3 percent of workers are over the age of 45, with 20.7 percent exceeding the age o...

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