DAILY WISCONSIN

Bottom-Third of America

“In the four years from 2011-’14, when the United States posted a 9.3% gain in private-sector jobs, Wisconsin created jobs at a rate of 5.7%, an increase that gives Wisconsin a rank of 35th among the 50 states in the pace of job creation in the full four years of Gov. Scott Walker’s first term.

The data released Wednesday morning from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics are based on a quarterly census of American employers that makes them the most accurate and definitive figures available…. ”

Via Wisconsin ranks 35th for job creation over Walker’s first term @ JSOnline

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