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"Going PRO" Helps Employers Recruit for Professional Trades

Going PRO in Michigan
Going PRO in Michigan

“Going PRO” Helps Employers Recruit for Professional Trades

The state recognizes that a sizable professional trades shortage exists in Michigan and is expected to continue through 2024. “Going PRO” is a Michigan campaign designed to help employers recruit by elevating the perception of professional trades and to showcase opportunities in a variety of rewarding careers.

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