When we heard that Campbell Ewald was making its move downtown from Warren, we couldn't wait to ask an expert for a proper Detroit reaction. Turns out one of the city's top talent watchers, Matt Clayson, was answering the questions before they were asked. An excerpt from the Detroit Creative Corridor Center site:
Detroit’s colleges and universities are pumping out qualified advertising students at a competitive rate. On average, they award approximately 523.2 degrees in advertising related fields per year. To put this into context: Detroit’s colleges and universities award 10.9 degrees in advertising related fields per year per 100,000 residents, on par with New York’s 11.7 degrees per 100,000 residents, Chicago’s 12.0 degrees per 100,000 residents and San Francisco’s 7.2 degrees per 100,000 residents. To add another fun caveat: this data does not include advertising and communication arts powerhouses University of Michigan and Michigan State University.
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