Mid-sized pickup trucks and full-size vans are seen in a parking lot outside a General Motors assembly plant where they are produced in this March 2021 photo. A global shortage of semiconductors has forced General Motors to cut production at some North American factories over the past year. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
Leading the Charge: Michigan Meets Demand For Key Electric Vehicle Part

Here’s why Michigan is primed to meet the growing demand for semiconductor manufacturing head-on.

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Biden Administration Adding New Connections to Education, Training, and Aid

A new website to find schools is announced as people look for work, consider job changes, or monitor a big infrastructure jobs bill.

No College, No Problem: These Michigan Career Paths Prioritize On-the-Job Experience

No college debt and a promising future is what drew Cory Henion to be an apprentice. This trend is getting a big push in Michigan in 2021. 

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Michigan Is Preserving Hundreds of Acres of Farmland Through a New Grant

More than 400 acres have already been preserved, ensuring future generations will have the land they need to grow crops that are Pure Michigan.

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They Helped Get Veterans Back To Work. Now These Michigan Employers Are Being Celebrated.

Hundreds of Michigan employers have now been certified as veteran-friendly since the program began in 2013.

Michiganders are being encouraged to explore apprenticeship opportunities across the state.
‘The Debt Free, Unionized Opportunity You Deserve:’ How An Apprenticeship Could Change Your Life

Michiganders are encouraged to join one of the nation's largest groups of registered apprenticeships by taking advantage of “debt-free, unionized” learning opportunities.

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Resume Tips To Get Out of the Pandemic Job Crisis Slump

Michigan resume writing professional Linda Taite tells how to snag a job, even if your resume is not quite up to snuff.