In a change of course, the state is going back to its roots and putting renewed emphasis on training welders, machinists, electricians and other blue-collar workers.
Ready to make that next big career move? Admission is free to this event this afternoon.
Gov. Rick Snyder has unfinished business from his 2014 address, after a year of achieving mixed results.
“This is more about getting the great people we already have working better together.”
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Metro Detroiters turned out in big numbers to get in on the action to build a new downtown Red Wings hockey arena and entertainment district.
If you’re looking for work and want to be involved with building history in Detroit — literally — you might be in luck.
The economy, and voters’ feelings about it, is sure to be a factor on Election Day Nov 4. Snyder hopes it’s the determining factor.
In an ongoing effort to support returning veterans to re-establish themselves in viable careers, the Department of Veterans Affairs has established a vocational, rehabilitation program, called Compensated Work Therapy (CWT).
Students at Henry Ford College can now take part in a six-week program learning all aspects of industrial sewing, an industry which is desperately looking for more workers.