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DTMB Releases Michigan's Long-Term Job Outlook
August 06, 2020
The annual information assists students and job seekers in choosing career path
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 6, 2020
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LANSING, Mich. -- The Department of Technology, Management & Budget (DTMB) presented the latest long-term statewide employment projections to a virtual audience of state policymakers and education and workforce development professionals at the Michigan Occupational Outlook Conference. Based on the projections, the "Michigan’s Hot 50" and "Michigan’s Career Outlook" publications provide information about high-demand, high-wage careers through 2028 in Michigan.
“The data compiled in these lists are invaluable to students and job seekers alike as they make decisions about their futures,” said Jason Palmer, director of DTMB’s Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives. “It is our goal to provide our education and workforce development partners with accurate, relevant, timely, and transparent information to help them advise their constituents.”
The "Michigan’s Hot 50" brochure and poster list the top high-demand, high-wage careers through 2028 that show a favorable mix of projected long-term job growth, projected annual job openings, and median wages. The career information includes title, projected annual openings, hourly wage range, job growth information, and the education or training level needed. The "Michigan’s Career Outlook" brochure features the highest demand jobs based on education level and features the top jobs in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers.
The third annual Michigan Occupational Outlook Conference brought together representatives from education, state government, the legislature, and workforce development to learn about the information available to them and how it is developed.