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Entrepreneurship, Quality of Life
Celebrating International Women’s Day with The Michigan Opportunity Podcast
Recognized annually on March 8 during Women’s History Month, International Women’s Day is a global day for celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. As we recognize those who have made progress for all women, International Women’s Day also serves as a reminder of how far we still have to go.
Mobility/EV, Business Partnership, Talent
EV and Mobility Careers in Michigan | Livestream
Michigan is home to the fifth-largest advanced manufacturing workforce in the country, with the highest volume of mechanical and industrial engineers in the U.S.. The state’s research and development capacity is second to none. In 2022 alone, Team Michigan attracted more than $14 billion for electric vehicle and battery investments.
As growth continues to accelerate, Michigan companies have 3,000+ job openings in the electrification and mobility sector today and thousands more that will be created in the years ahead. Filling these jobs will be critical to not only our state's success, but to the future of mobility and how we develop, design, manufacture and deploy the next generation of mobility technology. That is where Michigan’s Talent Action Team comes in.
Putting Words into Action: MEDC’s Steadfast Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity
This Black History Month, we at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation are reflecting on our efforts to ensure we continue to create a more equitable and resilient economy for all Michiganders across the state, while demonstrating our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusivity in all that we do.
Community Development, Quality of Life
Celebrating 20 Years of Building Stronger Communities through Michigan Main Street
Beginning in 2003 as a Main Street America Coordinating Program, Michigan Main Street has assisted communities across Michigan interested in revitalizing and preserving their historic traditional downtowns or commercial districts