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Registered Apprenticeships – work-based and post-secondary on-the-job learning positions – are an important and growing source of talent in Michigan’s workforce. This report, which is one of the first of its kind, uses newly-available data on apprenticeships detailing demographic, occupation, wage, industry and program information.
This publication highlights Michigan occupations that show a favorable mix of long-term job growth, projected annual job openings, and median wages through 2024.
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The Annual Planning Information and Workforce Analysis Reports provide economic and demographic data and analysis for Michigan's 10 Prosperity Regions. This information is provided to assist with regional and local plans for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).
This article provides a brief analysis of Michigan's most recent occupation and wage data.
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This profile provides an overview of the labor market, population, and other socio-economic indicators (e.g., education, housing, etc.) for the city of Flint, in comparison to Michigan.
This biannual report tracks Michigan labor market trends on a series of indicators related to the workforce, knowledge-based jobs, innovation, education, and the economy. It provides a concise analysis of recent trends in these indicators as well as national or regional comparisons.
This study updates our 2013 report by providing up-to-date information about the Skilled Trades in Michigan with sections on employment, earnings, job requirements and readiness, apprenticeships and program completers, and current and future employment demand.
Michigan's Long-Term Unemployed study analyzes this particular portion of the state's labor market today and over the past 15 years. This study also sheds light on which occupational categories are more associated with long-term unemployment, as well as highlighting job opportunities both today and in the future for these individuals.
This study analyzes the demand side of the state’s labor market by looking at the number and characteristics of current job vacancies offered in the second quarter of 2015.
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The U.S. Census Bureau in co-operation with state agencies continues to issue more data series from its Longitudinal Employment and Household Dynamics (LEHD) employer-employee linked database. The newest series is the job-to-job (J2J) flows data which provide a better understanding of flows of workers across firms.
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