Two companies will invest up to $22.1 million in Detroit, creating 229 new jobs, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced.
AT&T Inc. announced that the company will hire workers for more than 100 jobs in the state, including nearly 75 new jobs.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced approval of Michigan Business Development Program incentives to two companies planning expansions in the state.
Since the City of Detroit has filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy and city pensions are up in the air, it may not be a job many would consider.
ALDI will host a hiring event for its Macomb and Oakland county stores on Tuesday.
Whether you are looking for full or part-time employment – there are two job fairs taking place in the metro Detroit area on Saturday, that may just fill your employment need.
The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International Tuesday unveiled new economic data predicting that the unmanned aircraft industry will create more than 965 new jobs in Michigan the first three years following the integration of unmanned aircraft systems into U.S. national airspace system in 2015.
It may still be winter, but a local home improvement retailer is already preparing to hire over a thousand people for the spring season.
The University of Michigan’s 60th annual economic outlook conference concluded Friday afternoon with a relatively cheery outlook for the state’s economy.
The California IT security firm Barracuda Networks will double its number of employees in Ann Arbor, creating 184 high tech and engineering jobs over three years, and will take over the former Borders Inc. headquarters.