Michigan: What you need to know
More than half of Michigan is covered by forests making the state fertile ground for hunting and nature enthusiasts. The state’s craft beer scene also draws tourists, while its charming cities lure many new residents. The best places to live in Michigan include Traverse City, Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids. Automakers Ford and GM lead the top employers in Michigan, but the state is home to thriving industries like aerospace and military equipment manufacturing, copper and ore mining, tourism and Christmas tree farming. The Top 5 Universities in Michigan include Calvin College, University of Detroit Mercy, Adrian College, Kettering University, University of Michigan.
The cost of living in many cities throughout Michigan is affordable and is below the average cost of living of United States.
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