According to a survey conducted by Business Leaders for Michigan in January, Michigan voters strongly believe the state’s universities play an important role in the creation of new jobs.
The West Michigan industrial economy continues to experience slow but positive growth, according to the results of a monthly survey compiled by Brian G. Long, director of Supply Management Research in the Seidman College of Business at Grand Valley State University.
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The poll — which was conducted by Lambert Edwards & Associates and Denno Research — found that 56-percent of the people in Michigan believe that the state is heading in the right direction.
According to a new multistate survey, certified public accountants in Michigan and surrounding states are slightly more optimistic about business growth in their respective states for 2012 than the nation as a whole.
Enlisted Military Soldier earned the top spot as the nation’s most stressful job, while Medical Records Technicians ranked as the least stressful, according to the 2012 CareerCast.com Job Stress Report.
Employers expect to add new jobs in the New Year, but are waiting to see how the economy shapes up before turning up the volume on hiring, according to CareerBuilder’s annual job forecast.
Nearly six in 10 holiday shoppers say they plan to take advantage of retailers’ sales and discounts to make additional non-gift purchases for themselves and their families during the holiday season.
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Consumer Reports subscribers put Toyota’s youth-oriented Scion brand number one, with 24 Japanese models earning the highest ratings.