The economic opportunities in Michigan are first in the nation.

Bloomberg recently touted how far Michigan has come since the pandemic, noting that, “among 37 states with a population greater than 2 million, no state economy has performed better than Michigan over the last year” based on equally weighted measures of employment, personal income, home prices, mortgage delinquency, state tax revenue, and the stock market performance of its publicly traded companies.

Take advantage of these opportunities!

I’m working with Governor Whitmer and my Senate colleagues to create opportunities for Michigan’s hardworking residents to succeed in our economy. This postcard includes what we’ve been doing to aid employees and employers in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resources available to you and your family.

Jeremy Moss, Democrat
State Senator, District 11
Assistant Democratic Leader

Phone: (517) 373-7888
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I know families in our district are still reeling from the last few years, so I want to plug you into resources to take advantage of these economic opportunities. Sometimes, it can be hard for both employers and employees to make connections. Fortunately, Oakland County and the State of Michigan have programs that can help

-Sen. Moss

Oakland County Michigan Works! | (248) 796-4580
Oakland County Michigan Works! Agency provides many resources for both jobseekers and those hiring. The program partners with employers, educators, economic developers, and community organizations to help recruit and retain talent.

Business Forward Oakland County | (248) 858-0783
Business Forward provides resources and services to small businesses in cooperation with community-based organizations and embeds business consultants in communities so companies can thrive and grow, with a special focus on underserved communities and minority-, women-, and veteran-owned businesses.

Michigan Economic Development Corporation | (888) 522-0103
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) is a public-private partnership that can help connect you with support for your entrepreneurial endeavor or small business in need of access to capital and other resources.

Michigan Reconnect | (248) 233-2700
I voted for legislation to create Michigan Reconnect, a program designed to help those looking to make career changes. It provides eligible adults aged 25 or older with an opportunity to earn a tuition-free associate degree or skills certificate at their local, in-district community college or training school. Certificates and licenses can often be obtained in less than a year.