The economy continued “chugging along” in West Michigan during the early spring, even as economist Brian Long’s monthly survey of industrial purchasing managers again found signs of slower growth.
Marketing Grand Rapids as a place for young people to live and work is becoming increasingly important to the local economy.
Grand Valley State University economist Paul Isely still believes the U.S. economy could dip into a recession within a year, although West Michigan is likely to experience a “soft landing.”
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Grand Valley State University today signed an agreement that allows students who want to pursue a medical career to apply early to the Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine, also known as WMed.
West Michigan’s economy remained in growth mode at mid-year, as a monthly industrial activity index recorded improvements in most categories.
The economy in West Michigan continues to chug along even as companies start to feel the pricing effects of steel and aluminum tariffs.
James Moyer, Grand Valley State University’s longtime associate vice president for facilities planning, will retire as of March 31.