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Michigan’s local and regional food sector is important to the state’s economy. Does Michigan have the workforce to sustain and grow this system?
2019 Workforce Assessment of Michigan’s Local and Regional Food System: An overview of what we did, what it showed, and why it matters
Published on January 6, 2020
What food systems jobs exist in Michigan? How do employers see the local and regional food system workforce? What training opportunities are available to those who want to enter the workforce? Check out this report to find out.
Published on December 12, 2019
What does Michigan need in order to develop, train and maintain a workforce that can supply and sustain the market for local and regional food? Watch these webinars to find out.
Published on May 21, 2020
There are key opportunities to expand training and education for Michigan's local and regional food system workforce.
Developing Michigan’s local and regional workforce: challenges and opportunities identified by surveying business owners
Published on January 31, 2020
How do employers perceive Michigan's local and regional food system workforce? We surveyed and interviewed them to find out.
Published on January 24, 2020
This food system job scan provides a better understanding of the Michigan labor market and enables us to see the types of jobs in different sectors, what the earnings for those jobs are, where there is projected growth, and where there is unfilled demand.