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PREPARING FOR Emerging MOBILITY Technology

MAGMA has trained nearly 1,000 industry professionals in technologies supporting the mobility industry. MAGMA members provide important input to shape current and future training offerings. Training offerings include: embedded systems, systems engineering, project management, and MAGMA continuously gathers intelligence to support implementation of real-time training needs.

convening industry, education, and stakeholders

The State of Michigan established MAGMA in 2009, along with automotive manufacturing employers and educational institutions. Since 2013, the Workforce Intelligence Network for Southeast Michigan (WIN) has convened and facilitated MAGMA. A Governing Board, consisting of 5 OEMs, 5 suppliers, 6 education institutions, and other key partners, directs MAGMA, while the Advisory Council gives input during quarterly meetings.

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Join MAGMA to collaborate on finding training solutions that prepare workers for careers in advanced mobility, access real-time labor market data and intelligence, and receive discounted rates to quarterly meetings featuring industry leaders.

Latest Updates

Michigan’s Initial Claims Decline

For the week ending May 30, 2020, the State of Michigan saw initial unemployment insurance claims decline when compared to the prior week, with 41,035 initial claims filed. This reflects a decrease of 23,539 initial claims, or 36.5 percent, from the week prior (May 23, 2020). Following several weeks of both initial claim stabilization and…

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State’s Jobless Rate Tops 23 Percent

The non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate, per Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) data released in May, in the State of Michigan jumped to 23.8 percent for the month of April, an increase of 19.8 percentage points from March 2020.[1] To put another way, nearly a quarter of the state’s labor force is currently out of work….

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