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Welcome to Detroit Employment Solutions Corporation.

DESC provided services to over 23,000 jobseekers last program year, and over 1,500 Metro-Detroit businesses. Through our partnerships with community-based and faith-based organizations, foundations and many others, we provide employers with access to the broadest talent pool in Detroit, and jobseekers with the widest range of job-related services.

GM Partners with Girls Who Code to Boost Technology and Engineering Jobs

General Motors Co. and the national non-profit Girls Who Code announced a partnership to close the gender gap in science and technology fields by empowering young girls to pursue interests in computing, technology and manufacturing.

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FCA commits $1 billion to Warren, Toledo plant retoolings

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will spend a combined $1 billion retooling its decades-old Warren Truck Assembly plant to build Jeep Wagoneers and Grand Wagoneers as well as its Toledo Supplier Park to one day build Wrangler-based Jeep pickups.

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Construction builds up hope for Detroit’s 2017

A string of major construction projects — from a massive hockey arena and street car line down Woodward to the resurrection of the Wayne County jail project — will reshape downtown Detroit in 2017.

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Returning Citizens - Help them figure it out before they get out

For returning citizens, coming home to a job is a critical part of successfully transitioning out of a correctional facility. A new program for inmates is designed to help them figure it out before they get out.

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City workforce agency hires new CEO to accelerate opportunities for Detroiters

City of Detroit workforce agency Detroit Employment Solutions Corporation (DESC) announced Monday that it has hired Nicole Sherard-Freeman to serve as its new President and Chief Executive Officer.

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Michigan minimum wage rises to $8.90 an hour

Michigan workers who make the minimum wage are getting a 40-cents-an-hour raise. The state hourly minimum went from $8.50 to $8.90 on Sunday. It’s the second straight yearly increase under a 2014 law that gradually raised the wage by 25 percent.

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Detroit Prepares to Launch New Construction Jobs Training Program

As the number of major construction projects in Detroit continues to grow, the City is preparing to launch a new program designed to train Detroiters for careers in construction and skilled trades.

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One-Stop Service Centers

Detroit Employment Solutions Corporation has locations that are strategically positioned throughout Detroit to service residents and provide a knowledgeable workforce to employers. DESC has three One-Stop Service Centers located in East, Southwest and Northwest Detroit.

We also have neighborhood access points located around the city providing access to basic jobseeker services, so you can be sure that there is always a facility close to you.