Economic development incentive tool delivers on promises made, creating 8,200 new jobs and $5.1 billion in investment across state to date
The Good Jobs for Michigan program has proven itself in two short years by attracting major projects creating 8,200 new jobs and generating more than $5 billion of investment, and it unequivocally should be renewed, according to dozens of members of the diverse Good Jobs for Michigan Coalition attending and testifying in support of Senate Bill 492 at today’s Senate Economic and Small Business Development Committee hearing.
Lansing, Mich. — The Good Jobs for Michigan Coalition issued the following statement after the Michigan Strategic Fund today voted to approve the first use of the state’s newest job attraction tool – the Good Jobs for Michigan Program
Will help grow good-paying jobs now; ensure Michigan isn’t left on the sidelines Rochester Hills, Mich. — The Good Jobs for Michigan Coalition issued the following statements today after Gov. …
More than three-quarters of all Michigan residents back the proposed Good Jobs for Michigan (GJFM) proposal, according to survey data released by coalition leaders this morning.
During the Detroit Regional Chamber’s annual Mackinac Policy Conference, the governor and members of the Good Jobs for Michigan Coalition urged support and swift action on Senate Bills 242, 243 and 244.
Michigan needs a more competitive tool now to grow more good-paying jobs statewide and to take advantage of a surge of new investments coming back to the United States, say …
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, April 26, 2017 CONTACT: Sara Wurfel, 517-599-3470 or firstname.lastname@example.org Lansing, Mich. — The Good Jobs for Michigan coalition issued the following statement after the Michigan House Tax Policy …
The Good Jobs for Michigan coalition issued the following statement after the Michigan Senate today overwhelmingly passed the bipartisan Good Jobs for Michigan package (Senate Bills 242-244) sponsored by Sens. Jim Stamas, Wayne Schmidt and Steven Bieda.
Michigan must have a more competitive tool to grow more good-paying jobs statewide and not be left on the sidelines behind other states, said numerous economic development experts and other leaders from across the Great Lakes State today. They also emphasized the need for Michigan to take advantage of what is expected to be a surge of new investment in the United States, including repatriated jobs, over the next few years.