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Grand Rapids receives $103K grant for low-income jobs initiative

May 25, 2015
The city of Grand Rapids has been awarded a $103,963 research and planning grant from a foundation for its Jobs Initiative. Read More

Grand Rapids ranks No. 2 in US for 'finding employment'

May 22, 2015
Due to low unemployment rates and strong job prospects in several industries, Grand Rapids is the second-best city in the country for finding a job “right now.” Read More

Metal parts supplier invests $1M in expansion, 38 jobs

May 21, 2015
A maker of grease filters and metal roll form products is relocating its recently acquired New York-based operations to the region and pursuing new markets. Read More

Ohio food service distributor enters market

May 20, 2015
An Ohio distributor of food and supplies to more than 800 fast food and casual-dining chain restaurants has entered the market by securing a distribution building that it expects will create 100 jobs. Read More

Auto supplier hosts job fair

May 13, 2015
Thanks to a significant expansion, an auto supplier is hosting a job fair on Thursday. Read More

Georgia-Pacific closes plant

May 12, 2015
Georgia-Pacific is closing a plant in the region and laying off 57 workers. Read More

Auto supplier closes tech center

May 12, 2015
A global auto supplier is consolidating an electronics operation in the region into its corporate location, resulting in job cuts and the relocation of up to 175 employees. Read More

Auto supplier plans to 'double' workforce

April 15, 2015
An auto supplier in the region is planning to "double" the size of its production workforce this year. Read More

Defense contractor relocates to West Michigan

April 8, 2015
A defense contractor is relocating to the area and creating 120 jobs and a $12.3-million investment in the process. Read More

Debate over two- and four-year degrees

There are benefits to both for job-seekers.

LANSING — This spring, thousands of students across Michigan will collect high school diplomas, with their sights set on higher education. Read More