Items Tagged with 'Lou Glazer'
National report reveals students who went to four-year college are earning more at 34 than those who attended two-year college, for-profit college.
Lou Glazer said a common refrain he hears from employers, parents and politicians is high school graduates would make higher wages by pursuing two-year degrees or occupational certificates instead of a traditional four-year education. Read More
Michigan Future report emphasizes a transition toward a knowledge-based economy.
In the report Michigan’s Transition to a Knowledge-Based Economy 2007-2014, Michigan Future Inc. explores why the state has become a low-prosperity state and the economic challenges the state — and Grand Rapids and Detroit — must overcome to move toward high prosperity and generating a broad middle class. Read More
When the students at Alma College gathered for commencement ceremonies earlier this month, they probably had no idea they would be told to “keep on ignoring that conventional wisdom.” Read More
Agribusiness mega giant Archer Daniels Midland confirmed in mid-December it would move its global headquarters, with about 50 employees, to Chicago from Decatur, Ill., but also indicated it would not bring its new technology center and more than 100 jobs with it, preferring to take that operation to a region offering tax breaks. Read More