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Michigan is one of the most promising states for future job growth. According to recent data, Michigan has projected a growth rate of 30.28%, which is slightly higher than the national average of 30.54%. Additionally, the unemployment rate in Michigan is 4.7%, lower than the US average of 4.1%. This indicates that jobs in Michigan are becoming increasingly accessible and those looking for employment have good prospects for finding a job. With this positive outlook and an encouraging job market, it's no surprise that many are considering moving to or staying in Michigan to take advantage of these opportunities.

The unemployment rate in Michigan is 5.2% (U.S. avg. is 6.0%)

You Should Know

- That Job Growth in Michigan has been Positive.
- Jobs have Increased by 0.7% over the past year.
- The average salary in Michigan is $63,202.
- The median home cost in Michigan is $218,700

Job Helpful Resources

- Best paying jobs in Michigan? Architecture, Engineering ($89,009)
- Worst paying jobs? Personal Care ($13,121)
- Highest paying industry jobs? Utilities ($81,769)
- Lowest paying industry jobs? Accommodation and Food Services ($14,756)
- Average Income of Residents in Michigan ($34,768) compared to USA ($37,638)
- The Unemployment Rate in Michigan (5.2) is lower than USA (6)

Process of Job Search

View jobs in occupation categories below. It is important to join a job site search that offers legally protected status, inclusive workplace, and diverse and inclusive workplace if you're looking for work in Michigan. A team that respects gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, and other legally protected status are important to look for.

Diverse and inclusive employers are looking for job seekers with a wide range of skills and experience. You can find jobs in Michigan, Michigan that match your qualifications.

     JobsMichigan, MichiganUnited States
  Average Salary by OccupationMichigan, MichiganUnited States
  Business, Financial$63,627$68,299
  Computer, Math$76,443$87,306
  Architecture, Engineering$89,009$86,023
  Social Service$44,885$44,925
  Arts, Entertainment$38,868$43,591
  Health Practitioners$69,845$75,327
  Health Technicians$38,370$41,524
  Healthcare Support$23,091$25,441
  Fire Fighters$32,407$35,516
  Law Enforcement$64,883$64,941
  Food Prep, Serving$13,437$16,379
  Cleaning, Maintenance$21,043$23,378
  Personal Care$13,121$15,351
  Sales, Related$31,097$33,178
  Office Admin, Support$33,871$35,058
  Farming, Fishing, Forestry$24,237$25,716
  Construction, Extraction$43,011$41,315
  Maintence, Repair$49,156$48,436
  Material Moving$25,602$25,906
  Average Salary by IndustryMichigan, MichiganUnited States
  Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting$29,917$31,273
  Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction$64,849$74,432
  Wholesale Trade$50,643$51,301
  Retail Trade$24,356$26,757
  Transportation and Warehousing$42,596$43,256
  Finance and Insurance$55,703$65,016
  Real Estate and Rental and Leasing$39,472$46,406
  Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services$62,654$73,907
  Management of Companies and Enterprises$73,261$75,118
  Administrative and Support and Waste Services$28,831$30,687
  Educational Services$41,204$44,708
  Health Care and Social Assistance$37,817$40,852
  Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation$20,271$25,861
  Accommodation and Food Services$14,756$18,154
  Other Services$27,209$29,481
  Public Administration$58,022$61,644
Unemployment by Year (Years 1990 to 2021)
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Reviews for Michigan
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Ready to throw in the towel with this state. I would recommend looking elsewhere to move, if that’s what brings you to this forum. Frankly that’s what I am in the  More

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Over 3 years ago

I used to live in Michigan when I was baby until I was about 2 I got moved to NC until in 2012 or 2013 in Kansas until in 2016 I moved back in NC until 2018 I moved in  More

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Over 4 years ago

Michigan is so overrated; Michiganders are in love with this state, and I don’t get it. You can sit and have a two hour conversation about how crappy things are here and  More

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