It is impossible to determine precisely how long it will take for the economy to rebound from COVID-19. It’s even more difficult to pinpoint which jobs.
Posted October 23, 2020
As school districts across Michigan evaluate whether to stay with or switch to remote, in-school, or a hybrid education model, one large factor continues.
Posted October 9, 2020
Impact by Gender Men typically lose work early in a recession because they tend to be employed in industries that are more cyclical. However, the early.
Posted October 2, 2020
Labor Market Trends across Michigan The unemployment rate across the state reached historic levels at the onset of the pandemic, skyrocketing to achieve a.
Posted September 11, 2020
Many employers are researching and implementing new strategies to retain diverse talent. Several factors go into an employee’s decision to separate from a.
Posted September 4, 2020
Even before the pandemic, child care shortages were keeping people out of the workforce. The challenges facing this essential industry have only grown. So.
Posted August 28, 2020
Note: This is the ninth in a series of posts analyzing the nine key strategies cited in our 20/20 Vision Report.
Posted August 21, 2020
The unemployment rate across the state reached historic levels at the onset of the pandemic, skyrocketing to achieve a rate of 23.6 percent in April — the.
Posted August 7, 2020
Over the last few months, tragic events have brought to light that the systemic injustice and racism that both African American and other marginalized.
Posted July 31, 2020
Note: This is the eighth in a series of posts analyzing the nine key strategies cited in our 20/20 Vision Report.
Posted July 24, 2020