It used to be a high school diploma could get you a great job and solid middle-class lifestyle in Michigan. Hard work meant a nice house, two cars in the attached garage and, with enough overtime, maybe even a cottage up North. Hard work still counts, but the kind of work that brings prosperity has changed and communities all over Michigan are responding. From Michigan's top of the world in Houghton-Hancock to Spartan County in East Lansing to Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor to downtown Detroit, efforts are underway to promote self-starters in high-tech and creative industries as they pursue the new American dream. TechArb
, an incubator for student-led companies, will be located right between Google and Ann Arbor SPARK
, talk about an opportunity to network with the best! What a great way to keep talent in Ann Arbor area, and to grow jobs right at home.