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This report examines key information on the role of women in the workforce, addressing both recent challenges they have faced considering the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the longer-term gender disparities in the Michigan economy and labor market.
This report provides the results of a second quarter 2019 employer survey. The information in this survey is intended to give our partners and customers insight on current Michigan job vacancies, and to inform decisions around education, hiring, and workforce development.
This report on apprenticeships in Michigan, which details demographic, occupation, wage, industry, and program information, builds on a previous report published by the Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives (LMISI) in 2016. A new addition to this report is the inclusion of administrative wage records to measure the employment outcomes of registered apprentices.
These reports provide information on employment trends, high growth jobs, potential labor supply, real-time job ads, and forecast job growth for occupations and industries in key Michigan industry clusters.
This report provides the results of a fourth quarter 2018 employer survey conducted in partnership with Michigan State University. The information in this survey is intended to give our partners and customers insight on current Michigan job vacancies, and to inform decisions around education, hiring, and workforce development.
This report provides a summary of Michigan’s historical and projected population trends, population projection methodology, and demographic information for all Michigan counties through 2045.
This report provides an overview of Michigan's foreign-born population, including its demographics, education and workforce.
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.
This article presents detailed information and analysis of employment in the Michigan Transportation and Warehousing Industry, highlighting the industry's strengths, challenges, and opportunities.
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