Good Jobs for Michigan

Good Jobs for Michigan provided a critical tool in securing competitive projects to grow our economy longer-term, and have a transformational impact on our communities and workforce. The program sunset in December 2019.

Bottom Line

The Good Jobs for Michigan program has resulted in six large scale projects, which totaled:

$6.61 billion

in private investment

11,300+

jobs committed

$31.51

average hourly wage of jobs committed

$1.56 billion

on net new revenue to the state, a return of $5.40 to Michigan for every dollar GJFM invests

Good Jobs for Michigan Projects:

The Report was last updated on Feb 6, 2023.

Ford Motor Company

Approval Date: Dec 17, 2019
Location: Dearborn, Wayne
Project Investment: Up to $1,462.50 million
New Jobs Committed: 3000
Projected Award Amount: Up to $26.00 million

Acrisure

Approval Date: Sep 24, 2019
Location: Grand Rapids, Kent
Project Investment: Up to $33.19 million
New Jobs Committed: 400
Projected Award Amount: Up to $6.00 million

Stellantis

Approval Date: May 21, 2019
Location: Detroit, Wayne
Project Investment: Up to $4,416.19 million
New Jobs Committed: 4950
Projected Award Amount: Up to $99.00 million

Aptiv US Services General Partnership

Approval Date: Nov 27, 2018
Location: Troy, Oakland
Project Investment: Up to $20.00 million
New Jobs Committed: 500
Projected Award Amount: Up to $30.69 million

KLA Corporation

Approval Date: Oct 23, 2018
Location: Ann Arbor, Washtenaw
Project Investment: Up to $217.83 million
New Jobs Committed: 500
Projected Award Amount: Up to $16.17 million

Pfizer, Inc.

Approval Date: Jul 24, 2018
Location: Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo
Project Investment: Up to $465.00 million
New Jobs Committed: 354
Projected Award Amount: Up to $10.50 million

How it Works:

The Good Jobs for Michigan program provided its financial support through tax capture withholding from the creation of the new jobs directly supported by the project – if the company does not create the jobs, they receive no funding through GJFM. This also means there is no General Fund spending impact to the State. Without GJFM these projects and the jobs and the taxes they generate, would locate outside of Michigan. The program builds a foundation for significant new long-term revenue at both the state and local level once the term of the incentive is complete.

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