America’s economy will continue its recovery this year and next as it adds nearly 5 million jobs and unemployment falls below 8 percent, say University of Michigan economists.
Spending on public and private IT cloud services will generate nearly 14 million jobs worldwide from 2011 to 2015, according to a new study by the analyst firm IDC — including 12,500 in the Detroit area.
Benton Harbor-based New Products Corp. said it received the first tax abatement in the company’s 90-year history Wednesday night in a hearing with Benton Harbor’s Emergency Financial Manager Joseph Harris.
HiredMYway.com, a Detroit-based startup that uses a recruiter-style model to solve job board overcrowding, has opened a Chicago office and will officially launch in the market in March.
The fine folks at hiredMYway.com and the CBS Detroit Job Desk say there are tons of software development jobs available in southeast Michigan.
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson Thursday announced the Emerging Sectors business attraction and retention program brought nearly $223 million of new investment into Oakland County in 2011 while creating or retaining almost 4,500 jobs.
Detroit is one of five cities nationwide cited by a defense consultant as a place other than Washington, D.C. or military-dominated cities like San Diego and Colorado Springs where professionals with federal security clearances can go to find good jobs.
The Michigan economy appears poised to continue its recovery, although full economic health is still well in the distance, say University of Michigan economists.
The economic development agency Ann Arbor Spark is assisting the expansion of FAAC Inc. in Pittsfield Township.
Arbor Networks recently announced that it plans to add 20 jobs at its location in Ann Arbor. As part of its expansion, the IT technology security company was awarded a tax abatement to support property improvements and new equipment at its Ann Arbor facility.