Category Inclusion

Why a Millennial Chooses Milwaukee: Communication and Culture

by Hannah Leigh Thompson, The Good Jobs intern I have lived in Milwaukee most of my life, and I consider this city my home. Milwaukee is a beautiful city, an entrepreneurial city, with a fantastic food and music culture – uniquely suited for my millennial demographic. But I’m fairly sure that my demographic doesn’t know […]

Every Day Is Veteran’s Day

Veteran’s Day rolls around once a year, every November 11. But instead of only taking the time to remember the men and women who risk their lives and livelihood only one day a year – we’d like to extend our thanks and gratitude to every day. And Starbucks is thanking veterans in very special ways. Starbucks […]

5 Signs Your Employees (or YOU!) Enjoy Working

You spend a majority of your waking hours working. Whether you’re in an office or working from the comfort of your home, as a full-time employee you most likely log in at least 40 hours – a typical work week. Because you spend so much time behind the computer, machine, desk, podium, or wheel, you […]

B Good

Be the change. This idea is championed by B Corporation, a community of companies that use the power of their business towards the goals of social and environmental improvement. The more than 700 companies, known as the B Corps, have passed rigorous criteria by the nonprofit B Corporation to become a Certified B Corp that […]

Be Local

Shop local. Eat local. Drink local. Be local. The Good Jobs™ is now a proud member of Local First Milwaukee! Local First Milwaukee is a network of businesses with roots in the Milwaukee area. Locally produced products and services maintain the city economically, financially, and culturally. We care about our city and what it has […]

Art Behind Bars

Buzz Alexander doesn’t teach his class in a classroom. Instead, the University of Michigan English professor takes his class inside a prison in the surrounding Ann Arbor area. The Prison Creative Arts Project, created in 1990 by Alexander, offers incarcerated persons inside the Michigan prison system a chance to express themselves through the creative medium […]