By Carol Cain

This week on Michigan Matters, with nearly 40 percent of recent graduates from Michigan’s colleges leaving the state for other places. host Carol Cain explores the topic of “brain drain.”

She talks with Tomas DeLuna, a young industrial engineer from Detroit making his mark as a top designer of  line of GE’s kitchen appliances being  marketed to young consumers.

Then the Roundtable of Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson; Amy Cell, senior vice president and talent enhancement coordinator at Michigan Economic Development Corporation; and David Cole,  chairman of Autoharvest, the Ann Arbor-based center for auto research, discuss the issues of young talent leaving the state and its impact on the economy.

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