Innovative approach to educating students will prepare workforce to fill more than 811,000 high-wage, high-demand jobs through 2024
Thursday, February 22, 2018 DETROIT – Michigan needs to make dramatic, innovative changes to the way it prepares people for careers to address an expanding talent gap in key industries, Gov. Rick Snyder said today, unveiling his Marshall Plan for Talent.
The announcement was made at the Michigan Science Center’s engineering theater, surrounded by interactive exhibits that allow youth to experience hands-on how mechanics and engineering move the world. Gov. Snyder explained how investments and partnerships to invest, develop and attract talent will keep the state’s surging economy on track. This will help more Michiganders find good-paying jobs in high-demand career fields well into the future.