Michigan Optimism and Jobs to 2020 - Things You Didn't Know

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University of Michigan Law Library.

Michigan Facts

  • The name Michigan is derived from the Indian words "Michi-gama" meaning large lake. The local Ojibway (called Chippewa in the USA) group's history includes naming the island that began the formation of the Earth as "Mishee Mackinakong" or The Place of the Great Turtle.
  • The State Nickname is the "Great Lake State". It is partially surrounded by Lakes Michigan and Huron. Great Lake State is also a TV series begun by my acquaintance Sean H. Robertson in Detroit in 2011, without tax credits that the Governor eliminated. Sean played on Detroit 1-8-7 and is now a director and producer.
  • Other Nicknames: "Wolverine State" and "Water Winter Wonderland".
  • The State Motto is Si quaeris peninsulam amoenam circumspice (If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you).
  • Michigan was admitted to the Union in 1837 as the 26th state.

Michigan includes:

  • 57,022 sq. mi. of land area
  • 1,194 sq. mi. of inland waters
  • 38,575 sq. mi. of Great Lake water area
  • 3,126 miles of Great Lakes shoreline (more fresh water coastline than any other state). A Great Lakes Circle Tour takes motorists around the perimeters of each of these lakes.
  • 19,000,000 acres of forested lands.
  • A large Native American settlement operates Soaring Eagle Resort and Hotel in Mt. Pleasant in Mid-Michigan.
  • The State Capitol is Lansing (chosen 1879). This city is home to the Lansing Lug Nuts baseball team and stadium and many museums, including automotive museums. The Potter Park Zoo is not far from the Capitol Building and includes part of the local river. Bus service is excellent and a railroad station carries passengers to East Lansing near the university. Bike-hike trails are great and plenty of shopping is available.
  • The largest city is Detroit.
  • Michigan is the only state that touches four of the five Great Lakes.
  • Michigan also has over 11,000 inland lakes and 36,000 miles of streams.

Pilot: Great Lake State

Michigan received $200 Million to help build Hi-Speed Rail from Detroit to Chicago

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Top 10 Michigan Job Cities

As of August 2014, the State of Michigan's employers advertised over 194,000 job openings all at once.

Leading cities for job listings are:

  1. Detroit - Over 30% more job listings than found in Grand Rapids
  2. Grand Rapids
  3. Ann Arbor
  4. Lansing - the State Capital.
  5. Troy
  6. Dearborn
  7. Southfield
  8. Kalamazoo
  9. Auburn Hills
  10. Livonia

The top 4 cities in this list have remained in the top 4 throughout the 2000s and 2010s, but changed within the top 4 themselves. However, Detroit has remained Number One for job listings.

Most Jobs Posted - Along the I-96 and I-94 Corridor

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Significant Jobs Increase during 2013 - 2014

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Job Listings Increased June though September 2012 to 128,000

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Aerospace Jobs in Grand Rapids

High Demand Jobs 2012 - 2016

  1. Class A CDL Owner Operator Truck Drivers
  2. Registered Nurses (RNs)
  3. Assistant Store Managers
  4. Store Managers
  5. Customer Service Representatives/Cashiers
  6. Quality Engineers
  7. Manufacturing Engineers
  8. Product Engineers
  9. Controls Engineers
  10. Software Engineers
  11. Electrical Engineers
  12. Mechanical Engineers
  13. Event Specialists
  14. Photo Lab Technicians
  15. Tire Technicians
  16. Business Analysts
  17. Physical Therapists
  18. Occupational Therapists
  19. Sales Representatives

Michigan Works! Programs

Statewide Michigan - Michigan Works! Job Placement

Michigan Job Trends to 2020

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Internet Job Postings for Michigan

  • SimplyHired.com and Indeed.com gather more job postings than other major Internet Job Search Engines and include private employers and recruiters.

Top Hiring Employers

  1. Swift Transportation
  2. Watkins-Shepard Trucking
  3. Ameriplan Health Insurance Sales
  4. General Motors
  5. STI Trucking
  6. W3R Consulting - Health and Health-IT jobs
  7. Henry Ford Health System
  8. Covenant Healthcare
  9. Chrysler
  10. RGBSI Com
  11. Deloitte Development
  12. University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
  13. CGI Group
  14. Cybercoders
  15. Various Retail Stores

Industries Expected to Hire Most Employees in the Future

  1. Healthcare Support - 24.7% increase in jobs.
  2. Healthcare Practitioners and Techs - 17.2% increase.
  3. Computer and Mathematical - 13.9
  4. Personal Care and Service - 12.1
  5. Life, Physical, and Social Science - 12.1%
  6. Community and Social Services - 12.1%
  7. Business and Financial Operations - 11.7%
  8. Arts / Design / Entertain / Sports / Media - 7.8%

Expected to Increase by about 7.0%:

  • Architecture and Engineering
  • Education / Training / Library
  • Food Preparation and Serving

Job Search by Region in Michigan State

From 2009 - 2014, new jobs planned for Michigan began to emerge under the ARRA Stimulus Package signed by US President Barack Obama. Job listings increased in number overall for Michigan during these years.

For city and regional reviews and recommendations for new jobs and emerging industries across Michigan, visit the link at:

For Michigan Jobs Offices and job search/training programs, visit the interactive map at:

For Sustainability jobs, current and growing for the future, see:

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Michigan's Largest Employers

  1. University Of Michigan - Ann Arbor
  2. Rehabilitation Institute Of Michigan - Detroit
  3. William Beaumont Hospital - Royal Oak
  4. General Motors Technical Center - Warren
  5. Detroit Receiving Hospital - Detroit
  6. Spectrum Health Rehab & Sports - Grand Rapids
  7. Spectrum Health-Blodgett - Grand Rapids
  8. Devos Children's Hospital - Grand Rapids
  9. Henry Ford Health System - Detroit
  10. Chrysler LLC - Auburn Hills
  11. Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center - Dearborn
  12. Oakwood Southshore Medical Center - Trenton
  13. Michigan State University - East Lansing
  14. Wayne State University - Detroit
  15. Delphi Steering - Saginaw
  16. Henry Ford Health System - Detroit
  17. Cadence Innovation - Troy
  18. Pfizer Inc – Ann Arbor campus purchased by U of M
  19. Sparrow Health System - Lansing
  20. Sparrow Hospital - Lansing

 

Top 25 Jobs Expected by Percent of Growth

These are the forecasted Top 25 Jobs in Michigan that will experience the highest rate of growth. Many pay very well

Occupational Titles

  1. Network Systems/Data Communications Analysts
  2. Personal & Home Health Aides
  3. Computer Software Applications Engineers
  4. Medical Assistants
  5. Marriage and Family Therapists
  6. Physical Therapist Assistants
  7. Forensic science technicians
  8. Personal Financial Advisors
  9. Gaming Supervisors
  10. Pharmacy Technicians
  11. Biomedical Engineers
  12. Substance Abuse Counselors
  13. Medical Equipment & Repair
  14. Skin Care Specialists - Medical.
  15. Gaming Mgrs
  16. Cardiovascular Techs
  17. Physical Therapists
  18. Physical Therapy Aides
  19. Customer Service Representatives
  20. Environmental Science, Health & Protection Techs
  21. Database Administrators - IT
  22. Gaming Dealers
  23. Dental Hygienists
  24. Gaming/Sports book writers & runners - Betting & gaming.
  25. Nonfarm Animal Care jobs - pets, zoos, helper animals, other.

Jobs with Moderate or Heavy On-The-Job Training (OJT)

Job Title and Average Hourly Wage through 2020:

These are the fastest growing jobs in the OJT category. They do not require training after high school.

  1. Customer Service Reps $15.53
  2. Truck Drivers, Semis Tractor-Trailer $18+
  3. Sales Reps, Whlsl/Mfg $29
  4. Medical Assistants $13
  5. General Maintenance/Repair Workers $18
  6. Carpenters $20
  7. Restaurant Cooks $10
  8. Dental Assistants 2,470 15.51
  9. Executive Secretaries, Admin Assistants $19
  10. Police, Sheriff’s Patrol Officers $23+
  11. Sales Reps, Whlsl/Mfg, Tech/Scientific $36
  12. Pharmacy Technicians $13
  13. Heating/AC/ HVAC $22
  14. Social/Human Service Assistants $14
  15. Electricians $27
  16. Bookkeeping/Accounting/Auditing Clerks $15.50
  17. Plumbers, Pipefitters, Steamfitters $25
  18. Musicians and Singers $22.59 - The film industry is spreading in Michigan and casinos need entertainers.
  19. Painters, Construction, Maintenance $19
  20. Claims Adjusters and related $27
  21. Brick and Block Masons $23+
  22. Operating Engineer/Other Equip $22
  23. Firefighters $19
  24. Construction Laborers $16
  25. Payroll & Timekeeping Clerks $16

Jobs Requiring AA Degrees, Tech Training, or Experience

Occupation and Average Hourly Wage through 2020

  1. Registered Nurses (RNs) $28.70 - Healthcare
  2. Nursing Aides, Orderlies, Attendants $12 - Healthcare
  3. First-Line Supervisors & Mgrs in Food Service $14+
  4. Hairstylists & Cosmetologists $11 plus tips
  5. Automotive Service Techs & Mechanics $20
  6. Computer Support Specialists $21
  7. First-Line Supervisors & Mgrs in Retail $19
  8. First-Line Supervisors & Mgrs in Construction $31
  9. Dental Hygienists $28
  10. Mainstream Preschool Teachers $15+
  11. First-Line Supervisors & Mgrs in Offices $23+
  12. Licensed Practical and Vocational Nurses $19
  13. Self-Enrichment Teachers $17+
  14. Fitness Trainers $12
  15. First-Line Supervisors and Mgrs in Main & Repair $29
  16. Food Service Managers $21
  17. Medical Records Technicians $150
  18. Radiologic Techs $22
  19. First-Line Supervisors and Mgrs in Housekeeping & Janitorial $17
  20. Cost Estimators – as in construction projects. $30
  21. First-Line Supervisors and Mgrs in Non-Retail Sales $37
  22. First-Line Supervisors and Mgrs in Personal Services $17+
  23. Purchasing Agents $28.55
  24. Legal Secretaries $18
  25. First-Line Supervisors & Mgrs in Transportation $26

Career Colleges in Michigan

  • Baker College - Many sites in Michigan
  • Dorsey Schools - Madison Heights, Roseville, Southgate, Wayne-Westland. Computers, Legal, Medical, Healthcare, Administrative Assistant.
  • Everest College - Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo. Dental Assisting, Massage Therapy, Medical Techs and Admin, Pharmacy Technician.
  • Everest Institute - Dearborn, Detroit, Southfield. Business, Accounting, Criminal Justice, Medical.
  • ITT - several locations.
  • International Academy of Design and Technology - Detroit. Fashion Design, Interior Design, Visual Communications
  • Kaplan - Dearborn and Detroit.
  • Kuyper College: Ministry - Focused Christian Leadership
  • Ross Medical Education Center - Medical Assistant.

Newer Colleges

  • College for Creative Studies - Detroit
  • Detroit Business Institute - Detroit
  • Ecumenical Theological Seminary - Detroit
  • Focus-Hope Information Technologies Center - Detroit
  • L'esprit Academy - Livonia
  • Michigan Barber School Inc. - Detroit
  • Michigan Institute of Aviation and Technology - Canton
  • P&A Scholars Beauty School - Detroit
  • Regency Beauty Institute - Southgate
  • Sacred Heart Major Seminary - Detroit
  • Sanford-Brown College - Dearborn
  • Stautzenberger Institute - Allen Park
  • Taylortown School of Beauty Inc. - Taylor

  • Lansing Community College
  • Lawrence Technological University: Southfield
  • Macomb Community College: Warren
  • Madonna University: Livonia, Orchard Lake, Gaylord, Detroit
  • Marygrove College: Detroit
  • Michigan State University: East Lansing
  • Michigan Technological University: Houghton
  • Michigan Theological Seminary: Plymouth
  • Mid-Michigan Community College: Harrison, Mt Pleasant
  • Monroe County Community College
  • Montcalm Community College: Sidney
  • Mott Community College: Flint
  • Muskegon Community College
  • North Central Michigan College: Petoskey
  • Northern Michigan University: Marquette
  • Northwestern Michigan College: Traverse City, Cadillac
  • Northwood University, De Vos Graduate School: Midland
  • Oakland Community College: various sites around Michigan.
  • Oakland University: Rochester
  • Olivet College
  • Rochester College
  • Saginaw Valley State University
  • Schoolcraft College: Livonia
  • Siena Heights University: Many campus locations in the state.
  • Southwestern Michigan College: Dowagiac, Niles
  • Spring Arbor University
  • St. Clair County Community College: Port Huron
  • University of Detroit Mercy
  • University of Michigan System, Main Campus: Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Flint
  • Walsh College: Oakland County
  • Washtenaw Community College: Ann Arbor
  • Wayne County Community College: Detroit, Taylor, Belleville
  • Wayne State University: Detroit
  • West Shore Community College: Scottville
  • Western Michigan University: Kalamazoo

Colleges and Universities

  • Adrian College
  • Albion College
  • Alma College
  • Alpena Community College
  • Andrews University: Berrien Springs
  • Aquinas College: Grand Rapids
  • Ave Maria College: Ypsilanti
  • Ave Maria School of Law: Ann Arbor
  • Bay College: Escanaba
  • Bay Mills Community College: Brimley
  • Calvin College: Grand Rapids
  • Central Michigan University: Mount Pleasant
  • Cleary University: Ann Arbor, Howell
  • Concordia University: Ann Arbor
  • Davenport University: Bay City, Flint and several other locales
  • Delta College: Bay City University Center
  • Eastern Michigan University: Ypsilanti
  • Ferris State University: Big Rapids, Grand Rapids
  • Finlandia University (formerly Suomi College): Hancock, Houghton
  • Gogebic Community College: Ironwood
  • Grace Bible College: Grand Rapids
  • Grand Rapids Community College
  • Grand Valley State University: Allendale
  • Henry Ford Community College: Dearborn
  • Hillsdale College
  • Hope College: Holland
  • Jackson Community College: Jackson, Adrian, Hillsdale
  • Kalamazoo College
  • Kalamazoo Valley Community College
  • Kellogg Community College: Battle Creek
  • Kendall College of Art and Design: Grand Rapids
  • Kettering University: Flint
  • Kirtland Community College: Roscommon
  • Lake Michigan College: Benton Harbor, Niles
  • Lake Superior State University: Sault Ste. Marie

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Ralph Deeds 8 years ago

Useful information on the Michigan labor market. It's good to see that some jobs have been growing in Michigan. The state's economy is in sad shape, thanks to the decline of the Big Three car companies.


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Patty Inglish, MS 8 years ago from North America Author

What you say is very true, Ralph. One friend of mine is a successful restaurant manager with a well known casual dining chain in the greater Detroit area. They are expanding. Another friend works in the fitness industry and recently hired more managers for expanding facilities. I hope green industries continue to expand and help Michiagan. Upstate Michigan is beautiful, epseically form Gaylord on up to Mackinack Island. The large wind turbines there struck me speechless.


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The Gift Guru 8 years ago

This is great information and a sigh of relief for Michiganders. If only you would do the media reports and speak on this note of positive thinking, it would help out a ton of people. As a Michigander myself, it gets frustrating to hear how bad the economy is. Yet, when you look around and pay attention to what's actually going on many business are still opening, many new developments are still under construction, the malls stay packed with tons of shoppers and many new homes are building. So, it must not be too bad. It's unfortunate that the media attempts to discourage the masses and in many cases win.

By the way, you have an awesome profile. I would hate to get into a fight with you, though. Smile!


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Patty Inglish, MS 8 years ago from North America Author

Gift Guru - welcome to my pages and thanks for making such pertinent comments. We have to dig in and be organized about job seeking these days. Media hype does not help. Workforce development counselors can help.

(haha - note: the more I train, the less I feel like fighting, but the better I could if needed. :)

Peace and best regards!


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Ralph Deeds 8 years ago

One of the most visible booms in the Detroit metropolitan area is nursing homes and assisted living facilities. They are popping up like mushrooms in nearly every suburb. Another is gambling casinos. Unfortunately, another is a proliferation of strip bars and massage parlors.


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Patty Inglish, MS 8 years ago from North America Author

That's quite a combination, Ralph! Thanks for the insight -- I'm going to read more about this. I went into a Detroit Casino once and lost complete lack of time watching people. It's another world.


cvaughn570 8 years ago

Great information! Being from Michigan, I hope this is true as I am seeing many businesses going out of business and there might be 5 help wanted ads in the paper on Sunday....lol

Hopefully, this will turn around!

Thanks for the encouraging hub!

Carol


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Patty Inglish, MS 8 years ago from North America Author

I just visited a couple of weeks ago -- All along I-75 from Toledo to Lake Huron, I found many jobs available in an assortment of occupational fields. Visiting several libararies and county job offices along the way, I found Michigan job listings very strong in mumbers. Bay City even had a few dozen of jobs. Not so much in Flint, but many in Ann Arbor. I have a martial art instructor in my group in Michigan and his businesses are growing in mid-Michigan and Detroit areas.

Depends on the region in Michgian, I'm sure...


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Patty Inglish, MS 8 years ago from North America Author

9/04/2008 -- Time to update this site and I'll be looking at the 18 labor market areas around the state as well.


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Well after the crash of the car industry, I wonder how these numbers will change.


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Patty Inglish, MS 7 years ago from North America Author

I need to update this Hub soon, as the numbers for 2016 and 2018 projections are already out for certain industry sectors and regions of America. Healthcare realted jobs should not decline, but increase ---That's because Generation X is only about 55+% as large as the Boomers, and the Millennials (Gen Y) are nearly as large a cohort as the Boomers, so there is going to be a shortage in nurses, other practitionsers, and allied health professions for many decades.


Phylicia 7 years ago

Thank you for the info on the top 25 jobs... I needed to read it for a college reporting assignment. I live in Petoskey and our economy here is nearly dead. Hopefully that will begin to turn around! :-)


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Patty Inglish, MS 7 years ago from North America Author

Ive a friend that collects Petoskey stones up in Mid-Michigan. I hope the green-collar iniaitive for jobs gets under way before October 2010 as predicted on tv last night. We need those jobs now.


JHoov 7 years ago

Thank you for being so informative. Its really interesting to know where the current job market stands. I am moving to Michigan(Grand Blanc) next month and am really worried about finding a job.I have been applying to tons of places but no calls yet....lets see what happens!


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Patty Inglish, MS 7 years ago from North America Author

Jhoov - try this link for jobs in that particular market area and Michigan region.


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Patty Inglish, MS 7 years ago from North America Author

NAyone looking for a job in Michigan, check out the local MichiganWorks! offices and also search on Indeed.com and Monster.com.Those are the two best Internet job search sites for the most listings in Michgian that I have found so far.


witchkitty42 7 years ago

Interestingly enough, there is no mention of nursing as a top career in michigan, yet we keep hearing about how desperate the need for them is. Curious to know why that is...


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Patty Inglish, MS 7 years ago from North America Author

I also want to know that. As of tonight, August 7, there are listings for 3,510 nursing positions of all kinds in Michigan. I think that's not a large number for an entire state and growth in that field began a downhill trend in January.


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someonewhoknows 7 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

The way I hear it they are trying to get the current nursing staff to do more rather than hiring more nurses.

My concern is most jobs around me are at least 25 miles away from me at the moment.I'm concerned about gas prices going up again and car repair costs.


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Patty Inglish, MS 7 years ago from North America Author

Someone - same was tried in Ohio in the late 1980s. They wanted to get rid of nurses' aides and have the LPNs do that too. Then the RNs were to work fewer people per shift and longer hours. It did not work.

Gas prices are climbing again and people cannot get to these jobs so far away and bus service is not good enough. It's a bad predicament.


Jeff 7 years ago

Hi Patti,

I noticed that you do not have Kuyper College on your list which is a small Chrisitan college in Grand Rapids and you do not have University of Phoenix either. UOP is located in Grand Rapids, Lansing, Portage, Flint and there are 6 metro Detroit Locations as well.


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Patty Inglish, MS 7 years ago from North America Author

Jeff - I'll add Kuyper College, which I have indeed heard of, and a link if one exists (Under career colleges, for the ministre).

What's your experience with University of Phoenix for a good recommendation? Are their instructional staffs of equal quality across the nation? Are classroom and oline opffereings both high quality across the nation? Thanks for any additional info.


Topcat 7 years ago

Michigan Works! is adding another computer lab at their work centers. I just started this week (09/20/2009). This features ways to find the exact job you are looking for.

The basic idea is you'll put any or all information into a computer that you want in the job you want. I think she said it takes four hours to complete.


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Patty Inglish, MS 7 years ago from North America Author

TOPCAT! - Much success to you and let us know your progeress from time to time! It was great of you to respond.


Dental Jobs 6 years ago

Yes #7 he he - great article, really interesting, I have sent a link to it round the office


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Patty Inglish, MS 6 years ago from North America Author

Hi Dental Jobs - It's time to update this one again! Dental jobs will likely still be important, too.


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Patty Inglish, MS 6 years ago from North America Author

Not only important, but moving up the ranks, and more of them. Good news.


4H  6 years ago

Finding a job now it's like trying to find a four leaf clover.


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Patty Inglish, MS 6 years ago from North America Author

The 4H can help youth prepare to be the most employable people. Thanks for the link.


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cjxalex 6 years ago from Guzhen, Zhongshan City, Guangdong, China

very convincing hub with adequate statistics and graphs


spencer 5 years ago

I want to choose a career ,i am thinking of going for associate degree in physical therapist asistance.can i be able to find a job immidiately,thanks an advice is needed.


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htodd 5 years ago from United States

Thanks for the Great Article on Finding jobs


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NancyRi 5 years ago from Delray Beach, FL

Extremely well-researched and thorough. Great news for a beautiful state!!


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34th Bomb Group 5 years ago from Western New York State

Health jobs rule the roost.

No doubt due to Obamacare.

I'm in Western New York and we're DYING! Worse than even the loss of heavy industry.


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JasonHunt 4 years ago from South Florida

They need all the help they can get with jobs up there with the way the economy is. Last time I was up there it just didn't look or feel the same.

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