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Employment to rebound to pre-pandemic level in 2022 or 2023 in West Michigan, researcher says

Employment to rebound to pre-pandemic level in 2022 or 2023 in West Michigan, researcher says

The Grand Rapids metropolitan area and West Michigan is estimated to return to pre-pandemic employment levels in 2022 or 2023, based on the latest research. The forecasts presented Tuesday morning, Feb. 23, to the Grand Rapids City Commission by the W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research also show lost employment in the Grand Rapids metro […]

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St. Clair County saw over $95M invested, over 500 jobs created in 2020

St. Clair County saw over $95M invested, over 500 jobs created in 2020

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Clair County continued to see economic growth in 2020 with more than $95 million invested and over 500 jobs created.  The Economic Development Alliance of St. Clair County holds a luncheon every February to discuss the year’s financial successes.  Although the meeting was held virtually via Zoom Thursday and lunch wasn’t […]

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Pontiac-based United Shore to hire 1,500 more despite pandemic, recession

Pontiac-based United Shore to hire 1,500 more despite pandemic, recession

A Pontiac-based mortgage firm is preparing to hire 1,500 new employees this spring and summer, even as businesses across Michigan have been laying off workers in droves amid the pandemic-caused recession. Fast-growing United Shore Financial Services announced Thursday that it plans to fill the new positions over the next 90 days, adding to its existing 5,800 headcount. The employees […]

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Toledo job market strong for local grads

Toledo job market strong for local grads

This spring, about 4,300 students in the Toledo area donned caps and gowns in order to receive the fruits of four years of study: a college bachelor’s degree. And while some may be forced to leave town to find employment, the bulk of the 2019 class of college graduates should find lots of opportunity in […]

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