The Granholm administration is taking credit for landing two hundred
jobs a year over the next five years as the hi-tech firm, Google, will
set up shop in Ann Arbor to sell Internet ads. The ads are triggered
whenever someone does a look up at the Google sight. The average salary for the jobs will be about $47,000 a year. The state is awarding some $38 million in tax credits over the next twenty years. Ann Arbor was chosen over Boston, Phoenix and Boulder, Colorado.
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