Michigan’s rising economy has been expanding their renewable energy jobs exponentially. Michigan currently has 97,000 available jobs in the energy industry, which is expected to grow 9.4% by 2024. With the growing need for people working the energy field, Michigan has declared October 17th through October 21st to be Careers in Energy Week.
With all this appreciation for natural renewable energy, you should show some pride as a Michigander.
As Michigan’s economy continues to grow and evolve, so does the energy industry. Michigan is transforming the way energy is produced to power homes, companies and more to make energy cleaner and greener.
Throughout the week of Oct. 17, Michigan will recognize Careers in Energy Week.
Gov. Snyder has officially declared Oct. 17 through Oct. 21 Careers in Energy Week. The statewide collaboration encourages Michiganders to pursue careers in the energy industry in an effort to provide access to affordable, reliable energy.
This week will promote the career opportunities in the clean energy industry to Michigan students, military, transitioning workers and women.
Michigan’s energy industry has more than 97,000 jobs available. By 2024, the demand for these jobs is expected to increase by 9.4 percent. Continue Reading
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