The number of childless adults between 18 and 49 years of age who have chosen to not have children in the future has increased 7% since the Pew Research Center conducted the same survey in 2018.
The Michigan governor said it would cause the state to fall below minimum workplace safety standards.
If you missed Friday’s job event, the city still wants to hear from you.
While supply chain issues rankle the artificial Christmas tree market, it's the 2008 Great Recession that could create problems for hopeful tree buyers this year.
Daycare workers now qualify for a $1,000 bonus from the state of Michigan as a way to say thank you for their hard work during the past 18 months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It has gotten so hard to find people to work, that some faculty and staff have been asked if they’d be willing to volunteer their services in various dorm cafeterias.
Members of the coalition say there are still so many questions - who pays for the testing, can someone work while waiting for results, and what about the $14,000 fines?
"You have to change your environment," he said. "The idea that you are going to bring people back and have them sit in a cube right now is not going to happen."
Companies that typically hire thousands of seasonal workers are heading into the holidays during one of the tightest job markets in decades, making it unlikely they’ll find all the workers they need.
One reason America’s employers are having trouble filling jobs was starkly illustrated in a report Tuesday: Americans are quitting in droves.
People who received a 6470 letter in the mail could see one of three notices which include a CP11, CP12, or CP13.
The same supply chain issues impacting all facets of our lives is also hitting Halloween, with some costumes and decorations harder to find at stores.
In Madison Heights, management at Noodle Topia found another way to deal with the waitstaff shortage. Two robots - Bella and Hola are now part of the work team.
"Covid had a really big impact," said Marlece White. "When we came back from being shut down. I lost half my staff.
A little less than 5% of Michigan is still unemployed, meaning the additional money that's been coming from the federal government that will end Monday could impact hundreds of thousands of residents.
Programs offering additional jobless benefits for Americans have ended at the federal level, even as the unemployment rate remains higher than it did before the pandemic. Here's what might happen next.
"Understaffed is an understatement you’ll catch me cooking, doing line-work, anything to keep doors open," said Jared Kopiczko, general manager, Red Olive in Ferndale.
The reason for the extension is the CDC has re-classified Wayne County as an area under threat of substantial community transmission of COVID-19.
"Our biggest challenge has been the government," he said. "They’re giving away the stimulus packages, they are paying people to stay home."
After the CDC issued a new federal ban on evictions, Wayne County and the city of Detroit are now included. The new ban applies to regions of the country with "substantial" or "high" transmission of COVID-19 as of August 3.