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Mon March 4, 2013
CEOs want to see more post-secondary education in Michigan
Deciding where and how to spend money. It is a major part of the decisions made by top business executives.
There are 70 CEO's who have come together in West Michigan to set up a system of investment in human capital in their future employees.
They've named their effort "TALENT 2025," and they want to see 60 percent of the region's workforce achieve a post-secondary degree by 2025.
The President of TALENT 2025, Kevin Stotts, talked with Cyndy from Grand Rapids.