The largest gains were seen in health care (+63,000), social assistance (+24,000), financial activities (+19,000), construction (+19,000), and leisure and hospitality services (+17,000).
The largest gains were seen in government (+60,000), health care (+41,000), social assistance (+24,000), construction (+23,000), and professional and business services (+21,000).
Turnover among Wisconsin state employees has soared to a record high in the last two years, leaving agencies with gaping vacancy rates that they struggle to fill.
Increased immigration, longer life expectancy and a decline in birth rates are transforming the U.S. workforce in two important ways.
Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for Wisconsin shows how much progress has been made in the state in 2022 so far to recover the labor market to pre-pandemic levels.
A study from Gusto, a human resources firm, found that 49 percent of people who started a new business in 2020 were women.
The Biden administration on Friday announced that it had updated the rules for implementing the provisions of the Buy American Act of 1933 “to ensure taxpayer dollars create good-paying jobs here at home, strengthen critical supply chains, and position U.S. businesses to compete in strategic industries.”