Michigan State Benefits The Great Lake State is home to the American auto industry, and much of the state economy revolves around this field. Common jobs include Model Makers, Tool and Die Makers, and Woodworking. Michigans cost of living is one of the 5 lowest in the country amongst all states, to go along with an above-average minimum wage of $8.15. On the downside, unemployment ranks in the top-15 highest at 6.3% – though this figure has been consistently falling since 2009. Michigan State Taxes Michigan income taxes are calculated based on a flat 4.25% of federal adjusted gross income. Michigan has some of the highest additional taxes in the nation, including 1.62% property tax and 6% sales tax. Both taxes rank in the top-10 highest for each category, respectively, making Michigan one of the least tax-friendly states in the nation.
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