Wanna Be A Lighthouse Keeper? The State is Taking Applications for Tawas Point lighthouseWant to wake up at a Michigan lighthouse? The state is accepting applications from people who want to be temporary lighthouse keepers next spring and summer at the Tawas Point Lighthouse off the Lake Huron coast.
Michigan Senate Votes To Gut Minimum Wage, Sick Leave LawsMichigan's Republican-led Legislature began voting Wednesday to substantially scale back citizen-initiated minimum wage and paid sick leave laws.
Water Authority Starting Maintenance Tech ApprenticeshipsThe Great Lakes Water Authority is starting a nearly 4-year apprenticeship to train maintenance technicians.
Report: Michigan Unemployment Rate Down To 3.9 Percent In OctoberMichigan's unemployment rate fell by a tenth of a percentage point to 3.9 percent in October.
High-Tech Company To Create 500 Jobs At Ann Arbor CenterA Silicon Valley-based company has announced plans to open a $70 million semiconductor research-and-development center outside Detroit and create 500 high-tech, high-paying jobs over the next five years.
UPS Hiring Around 100,000 Workers For Holiday SeasonUPS expects to hire about 100,000 seasonal employees for the upcoming holiday season, the company said in a press release.
Forbes: 8 Michigan Employers Among Best For New GradsSee which Michigan companies made Forbes' 2018 list of "Best Employers For New Grads."
Women Say They Were Denied Jobs Because They Had 'Ghetto' NamesSeveral women are claiming they were discriminated against after receiving an email saying their "ghetto" name disqualified them from working at a Missouri company.
Health Care, Tech Jobs Top List Of Highest-Paying Work In U.S.Americans eager for a high-paying job might want to focus on two industries: health care and technology.
Study: Average Worker Spends 1,700 Hours In Front Of Computer ScreenA new study has found that the average worker is spending over two months of every year in front of a computer screen.
Homeless Man Hands Out Resumes, Gets Hundreds Of Job OffersA homeless and unemployed web developer in California has been overwhelmed with job offers after a picture of him handing out resumes went viral on social media.