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As defense jobs go away: Transition Center aims to place workers as jobs shrink

In a year when unemployment in the state is at its lowest point in recent memory — 5.4 percent in April according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics — hiring managers are now struggling...

Industries lighten up for talent development

Manufacturers looking for the newest technologies in metals face a two-fold challenge: Maintaining a workforce schooled in the latest sciences while also developing a pipeline for...

ATLAS Center Report: Demand for Transportation Safety Workers in Michigan on the Rise, More Education and Training Required

(April 20, 2016)—DETROIT, Mich.— With approximately 564,500 workers in transportation-related occupations in Michigan, which comprise about 13 percent of the state’s total workforce,...

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  • Region emerges from the recent recession. It identifies the region’s three strongest occupational growth sectors and the challenges and opportunities for talent development related to them. Learn More
  • A lot has changed since 2009. Our region is recovering. Yet many of the traditional sources of data have yet to catch up. If we base our decisions solely on this data, we might even be flat out wrong. Learn More
  • WIN quarterly reports use real time labor market data to understand top jobs in demand and employment trends. For more information about these reports or the data used in them please contact. Learn More

WIN Perspectives

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Looking for work in the era of social media

The millennials are coming! The millennials are coming! Have you heard the cry? No doubt you have; economic observers have been trumpeting it for years. The emergence in the workforce...

Apprenticeship provides opportunity to close IT skills gap

IT employers in the Southeast Michigan region are facing an increasingly challenging recruiting environment as demand for talent vastly outweighs supply. According to an analysis done...

Long-term unemployed present opportunity to address employers’ talent needs

Michigan’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate held steady in February and March at 4.8 percent. Thus far, the unemployment rate in Michigan has remained below 5 percent in 2016....

MAGMA shifts focus to address new technologies, current automotive industry needs

Despite upheaval in the automotive industry that began to flame in 2007-08, technological innovation was still moving forward. In particular, the automotive industry and its supply...

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