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Secure-24 CEO Michael Jennings. The company gave away this motorcycle at its booth at Oracle OpenWorld recently. Jennings says he likes dirt bikes.
Secure-24 CEO Michael Jennings. The company gave away this motorcycle at its booth at Oracle OpenWorld recently. Jennings says he likes dirt bikes.

MegLanning 5/20/2016 | 3:43:38 AM
Re: Michigan Yes, I agreed with you.
kq4ym 11/13/2015 | 9:41:53 AM
Re: Michigan Pretty amazing that "60% of college grads leave right after graduation" in Michigan. I would have never guessed that high numboer of quick deserters. Now, if I were quite a bit younger and looking for a midwest job to stay near family, I'd certainlhy strongly consider such an oppportunity to have valley like benefits but stay nearer family and friends.
Mitch Wagner 11/3/2015 | 10:24:49 AM
Re: Michigan danielcawrey - Makes sense. If there are now jobs there, then people have to leave. 

I wonder if that's a problem for many college towns? I have friends who live in Gainesville, Fla.; they say that many grads of the college there would love to stay, but the only jobs for them are tending bar and waiting tables. 
danielcawrey 11/2/2015 | 11:21:27 PM
Michigan A lot of people leave Michigan because of the lack of job opportunities. This was especially true a decade or so ago.

I can understand why things might be getting better now that there is a new generation of workers that companies in Michigan need to hire, but as someone who graduated from a university in Michigan in 2006 the opportunities just weren't very good at that time. 
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