Kwik Trip is being awarded an additional $5 million in tax credits by the state after it exceeded original job growth and capital investment goals at its La Crosse campus over the last five years, even throughout the pandemic.
Whenever we get back to normal, the Buffalo Niagara economy will look a lot different than it did before the coronavirus pandemic.
The report found that in general, jobs in higher-paying occupations in Wisconsin have grown more than in lower-paying ones.
A Wisconsin center that helps small and mid-size manufacturers grow and become more efficient would lose about half of its funding under Trump's budget.
The state added 45,900 private-sector jobs in the 12-month period ending in May, a 1.85 percent growth that ranked 20th in the country.
The state added 31,670 private-sector jobs in the 12 months ending in December 2015, while the average weekly wage increased $51 over the year before.
The state lost 11,500 private-sector jobs in April, 0.5 percent of the workforce, according to preliminary, seasonally adjusted estimates by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The state also added 8,000 private-sector jobs in February according to preliminary estimates by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The state lost 3,800 private sector jobs (0.2 percent of the workforce) between October and November, the fifth month in 2015 that the state has been in the red for job growth.
The county added 6,097 private sector jobs between June 2014 and June 2015, according to figures released Thursday in the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages.
The state added 30,759 jobs between June 2014 and June 2015, according to Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages figures released Thursday.
"I'd be skeptical if anyone had a silver bullet."
The state added 15,100 private-sector jobs in October, according to preliminary, seasonally adjusted estimates by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The state lost 1,300 private-sector jobs in September according to seasonally adjusted data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Current Employment Statistics program.
The state lost 11,100 private-sector jobs between February and June but has added 16,300 since, according to preliminary estimates.
The Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages report for the first quarter of 2015 showed the state added 36,624 private-sector jobs in the 12 months ending in March.
The state added 40,210 private-sector jobs between March 2014 and March 2015, according to quarterly figures released Thursday.
A Center on Wisconsin Strategy report found that the state has seen slow job growth, wage stagnation and disparities tied to race and gender.
The state's 1.66 percent growth in private-sector jobs between July 2014 and July 2015 ranked 29th in the country.
In a TV interview, the lieutenant governor said she takes issue with the way job growth numbers and rankings have been reported.
The state was 21st among the 50 states in 12-month job growth in April after being 39th eight months earlier.
With WEDC a mess, Scott Walker decides to jump ship — hardly a sign that he's presidential material.
In recent quarters, Wisconsin has been in the bottom half of state rankings for 12-month growth in jobs and average weekly wage. In the third …
A conservative state policy network says Wisconsin has never been more economically competitive.