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From data entry to general office assistant and executive secretary, Michigan has many entry level and management positions available. Our business and administrative support professionals are the backbone of our programs and services and help provide top notch service to Michiganders across the state.
Do you have experience working in the medical or healthcare fields? From register nurses, licensed practical nurses, dentists, psychiatrists, physicians, and more, we have numerous medical and healthcare career paths in state government.
The state of Michigan offers several law enforcement and public safety career pathways in the Michigan State Police (MSP), Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division (DNR), and the Department of Corrections (MDOC). From conservation officers, to probation and parole agents, to motor carrier officers and state troopers, there is no shortage of opportunities to serve and protect the people and property of Michigan.
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State employees receive upwards of 14 scheduled holidays each year, which include Presidents Day, Juneteenth, General Election Day (even-numbered years), and Veterans Day just to name a few.
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“If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you.” Michigan’s official state motto holds many truths – our state is a land of great splendors. Full of natural beauty, historical importance, and a talented, resourceful population, Michigan has it all. Our state services support residents, businesses, and visitors to the Great Lakes state.
Balancing a rewarding career with the ability to have a high-quality lifestyle is important. In Michigan, you can have both. If you’re interested in a career that allows you to make a difference, check out the state of Michigan career portal for a list of current openings in state government.