9.9.22

Friday Five Business Briefing – September 9, 2022

Tags:

Two female business professionals sit across from each other in a window sill as they collaborate on a project.
Consumers business services

Do you have business banking questions? Contact our knowledgeable business development managers.

Learn more

Here’s news you can use in a constantly changing business environment, including the hottest 50 jobs in Michigan, our state’s current economic dashboard, how to generate your best ideas and more.

  1. Michigan’s hottest jobs through 2030 —A new report on Michigan’s high-demand, high-wage careers shows a favorable mix of projected long-term job growth, projected annual job openings and median wages through 2030. Explore the full report in Michigan’s Hot 50 Job Outlook.
  2. Michigan’s economic performance — Michigan’s jobless rate is 4.2% compared with 3.5% for the U.S. Get more stats like jobs by county, jobs available and average weekly earnings from the Michigan Economic Dashboard.
  3. Hate networking? The biggest hurdle to overcome is to think about networking as an opportunity rather than a burden. Take a look at the social and psychological factors that can make networking uncomfortable and how to overcome them with these five steps on how to learn to love networking.
  4. Attention overachievers — Running multiple profitable companies at the same time is more doable than you think. Explore the guide on successfully running more than one business without running yourself ragged. 
  1. CEO shares activity that gives the very best ideas — Three to four hours of alone time helps Doug Hirsch, co-CEO and founder of GoodRx succeed. Learn more about how this one weekly activity can help generate the best ideas.

Thank you to our Friday Five sources: Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget, Bridge Michigan, Kellogg Insight, Entrepreneur and CNBC.

Do you have business banking questions? Contact our knowledgeable business development managers online or call 800-991-2221. We’re also available to help in person at your local office.

Federally insured by NCUA

Consumers business services

Do you have business banking questions? Contact our knowledgeable business development managers.

Learn more

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Enter your email address to receive notifications of new posts by email.

Get awesome new content delivered straight to your inbox.