Governor Rick Snyder recently announced a broad plan to train Michiganders for high-demand, high-wage careers that will power the state's economic future.

Snyder said, "our country is facing a huge national challenge about getting people connected to careers."

His plan focuses on training programs, incentives and financial assistance to connect people with high-demand, high-wage openings in fields like information technology, manufacturing, health care, professional trades and business.

The governor projects businesses in Michigan need to fill 811,000 jobs by 2024.  Here's more from mlive.com.