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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 Detroit, in comparison to Michigan.
This study uses traditional labor market information as well as a content analysis of job advertisements to examine this set of Michigan occupations.
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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 innovative and visual presentation provides analysis and insight about the current state of the West Michigan Talent system.
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These publications are intended to revise the key occupation tables found in the Cluster Workforce Analysis publications released in January 2013.
This study examines the important topic of teens and young adults in the labor market.
Produced for the State’s 10 Prosperity Regions, these reports include information and analysis on population and demographics, labor force and unemployment, industrial and occupational employment, and real-time and forecasted demand.
The subject of veterans in the labor market is an important topic deserving special study.
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