Begin searching for DHH jobs in Michigan, because this Great Lakes state has many different things to offer so that you have something to do every minute that you live here. To begin with, there is Mackinac Island. This island is largely left to the wild, but features amazing scenery, B&Bs and luxury hotels. It’s situated on Lake Huron, one of the Great Lakes surrounding the state. If you are interested in the history of the automobile, then you will want to visit the Henry Ford Museum and the Walter P. Chrysler Museum.
Other things to do in Michigan include the Detroit Zoo, Michigan’s Adventure, Potter Park Zoo, the John Ball Zoological Garden, and the Ann Arbor Hands on Museum for Children. If you like the great outdoors, there is a whopping 79 state parks in Michigan as well as Hiawatha, Ottawa, and Huron National Forests and several national wildlife refuges as well. With so many places to hike, bike, camp, kayak, canoe and more, you won’t get bored anytime soon.
From Detroit to Grand Rapids, from Ann Arbor to Lansing, and from Traverse City to Flint, you will find that Michigan is home to plenty of metro areas and you should have no problem searching for deaf and hard of hearing jobs.