Now Hiring: Michigan Looking to Fill 1,000 Openings in Corrections [VIDEO]
Nearly 10,000 state employees are nearing retirement eligibility, and that means Michigan will soon be looking to hire their replacements. Michigan currently has an immediate need for about 1,000 corrections officers to staff the state's prisons.
Angela Shelby, Michigan Recruiter for the Civil Service Commission, tells WXYZ that there are openings in every one of Michigan's 83 counties.
Michigan went through a massive hiring phase about 25 years ago, and that means many state workers will be ready to retire in the coming years. Positions will include information technology, nursing, dental, accounting, state police, the state Department of Natural Resource, and corrections.
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