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Roger Curtis of TED | Marshall Plan for Talent

Michigan Business Beat
July 17, 2018 1:00 PM

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Roger Curtis: Marshall Plan for Talent, state’s talent attraction
campaign will move Michigan from top 10 spot to No. 1 state for talent 

 

 

37298461_2202717913102400_2737674989841940480_o“Being named to the top 10 states for talent is a testament to the hard work the state is doing to connect all Michiganders with good-paying careers in high-demand fields. And with the Marshall Plan for Talent and the state’s soon-to-launch talent attraction campaign,Choose Michigan, the Great Lakes state will become the national leader in the most and best talent for businesses.”

Today’s ranking adds to a growing list of other recent accolades including: Michigan making the top five “Global Best to Invest” list by Site Selection magazine; jumping nine places in the ranking of “Best States to do Business” by Chief Executive magazine; and a No. 3 ranking for tech job growth in the nation by CompTIA.

Marshall Plan for Talent

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The Talent and Economic Development Department of Michigan (Ted) allows the state to leverage its ability to build talent with in-demand skills while helping state businesses grow and thrive. Joining job creation and economic development efforts under one umbrella, Ted consists of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, the Michigan Strategic Fund, the Talent Investment Agency and the Michigan Land Bank Fast Track Authority. Learn more about Ted by visiting our website. For more information,visit michigan.gov/ted.

 

 

 

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