In Southeast Michigan, heavy and tractor trailer truck drivers are in high demand, but the job's demands make it difficult for truckers to achieve posted wages.
Household income on the rise? Thank the kid living in your basement
The U.S. Census Bureau reported median household income increased by 5.2 percent from $53,718 in 2014 to $56,516 in 2015 — the largest percentage increase since it began tracking the metric in 1967. But there are some important nuances to understand before getting too excited.
Michigan's economy poised to grow, but state on path of underperformance
A monthly report highlighting labor market information and economic metrics offers a mixed bag of positive and not so positive signs about the health of the economy.
5 reasons mass transit makes sense for workers
Times are changing and so are trends in car ownership, commuter patterns and the ways people get to work, making transportation options more important to the workforce and businesses looking for talent.