Seasonal work at Michigan’s state and local parks was once a sought-after job. Now, parks across the state are struggling to find enough workers to keep programs running.
Cooperatives aren’t common, but they are a way to increase business ownership. In southwest Detroit, six of them are growing and advocates hope dozens follow them.
As the pandemic sends meat prices soaring, Detroit’s taco trucks are feeling the pinch – and that means you’ll likely be paying more at your friendly neighborhood taqueria on wheels.
Detroiters can now apply to work for $15 an hour and get job training at the same time through a new city program.
The City of Detroit is using $75 million of its federal COVID recovery dollars to get Detroiters into the workforce. How effective will it be?
Although Detroit’s jobs outlook is improving, city residents are still struggling for a foothold. Suburban counterparts earn more and vast inequity remains.
Lawmakers demand answers after Michigan officials send letters to recipients of federal COVID relief asking to update their qualifications or risk repaying benefits. It’s the latest gaffe for the agency.
Detroit’s business owners and creatives are starting the summer off hot — with new spaces and places for Detroiters to eat, work and play. Here’s a list of six new spots created by Black people, women or people of color you should definitely know about.
A collective of over 40 home- and center-based child-care providers in Detroit that serve the state’s most vulnerable children, have a message for Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
The city is majority Black. Real estate development is not. Chase Cantrell has a plan to change that.