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Spring 2012Q45aFirst, in your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: College

Major Tags: Services | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Education | Human capital | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q45bFirst, in your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: The job market in your region

Major Tags: Services | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Education | Human capital | K12 education
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Spring 2012Q45cFirst, in your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: Jobs in the global economy

Major Tags: Services | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Education | Human capital | K12 education
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Fall 2009Q6aThinking about various levels of education and how they relate to job opportunities in your community today, in your opinion, how successful can the following types of workers be in your local economy: Those with a GED or high school diploma alone

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q6bThinking about various levels of education and how they relate to job opportunities in your community today, in your opinion, how successful can the following types of workers be in your local economy: Those with a vocational / technical certificate

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q6cThinking about various levels of education and how they relate to job opportunities in your community today, in your opinion, how successful can the following types of workers be in your local economy: Those with an associate's degree

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q6dThinking about various levels of education and how they relate to job opportunities in your community today, in your opinion, how successful can the following types of workers be in your local economy: Those with a bachelor's degree

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q6eThinking about various levels of education and how they relate to job opportunities in your community today, in your opinion, how successful can the following types of workers be in your local economy: Those with a graduate or professional degree

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q7aNow, thinking about job opportunities in your community over the next ten years, in your opinion, how successful will the following types of workers be in your local economy in the future: Those with a GED or high school diploma alone

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q7bNow, thinking about job opportunities in your community over the next ten years, in your opinion, how successful will the following types of workers be in your local economy in the future: Those with a vocational / technical certificate

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q7cNow, thinking about job opportunities in your community over the next ten years, in your opinion, how successful will the following types of workers be in your local economy in the future: Those with an associate's degree

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q7dNow, thinking about job opportunities in your community over the next ten years, in your opinion, how successful will the following types of workers be in your local economy in the future: Those with a bachelor's degree

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q7eNow, thinking about job opportunities in your community over the next ten years, in your opinion, how successful will the following types of workers be in your local economy in the future: Those with a graduate or professional degree

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q8aIn your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: College

Major Tags: Services | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Education | Human capital | K12 education
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Fall 2009Q8bIn your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: The job market in your region

Major Tags: Services | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Education | Human capital | K12 education
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Fall 2009Q8cIn your opinion, how good of a job does your local K-12 education system do in preparing students for college, the job market in your region, and jobs in the global economy: Jobs in the global economy

Major Tags: Services | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Education | Human capital | K12 education
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Fall 2009Q10Some people think developing a highly-educated workforce-that is, most workers with a bachelor's degree or higher- is crucial for local economic development. Others think that strategy won't work for their communities. Do you agree or disagree that developing a highly-educated workforce can be an effective strategy for improving your local economy?

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q12And thinking about Michigan's economy overall, do you agree or disagree that developing a highly-educated workforce can be an effective strategy for improving the state economy at large?

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q13Does your local government play any formal role in workforce development efforts?

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q15Do you think your local government should play a larger role in workforce development efforts in your community?

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q17How well-informed do you feel you are regarding workforce development efforts in your community?

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q18Overall, how would you evaluate the success of workforce development efforts in your community today?

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q20aOne issue facing some communities in Michigan is young people (35 years and younger) leaving the community. This is often referred to as "brain drain." How much "brain drain" is occurring in your community among the following groups: High school graduates who do not return after college

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Fall 2009Q20bOne issue facing some communities in Michigan is young people (35 years and younger) leaving the community. This is often referred to as "brain drain." How much "brain drain" is occurring in your community among the following groups: Younger members of the local workforce (~18-35) who move away

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Human capital | Workforce development
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Spring 2009Q9sTo what degree would you consider the following as a barrier or asset to your jurisdiction's economic development efforts: Vocational and higher education system

Major Tags: Economic Development
Related Topics: Development conditions | Human capital
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