Workforce

We strive to understand regional labor force conditions to guide and support communities and businesses as they focus on local and regional workforce. And we support and develop strategies to help individuals find gainful employment.

Many factors determine the composition of regional labor markets and the outcomes and opportunities for the workforce, including integration with the national and global economy, natural disasters, governmental regulation and support, training and skills opportunities, and the composition of local workforce development ecosystems.


Understanding the Labor Force

Learn about our work understanding and analyzing the Wisconsin labor force, and find out how we can help.

Supporting Workforce Development

Learn more about how we support and develop strategies to help individuals find gainful employment.


Our Work

Early Care and Education in Wisconsin: Challenges and Opportunities
2022 Wisconsin Rural Economic Summit
WIndicators Volume 3, Number 5: Are the Kids Alright? Women, Work, & Childcare
WIndicators Volume 3, Number 1: Student Loan Debt: A Challenge for Wisconsin?
Shifting Wisconsin Labor Resources: A Review of Educational Attainment
Sources of Job Growth

Latest News & Updates

Engineering, computer science, technology graduates are in high demand
The Rise Of Entrepreneurship During the Pandemic
Employee Ownership: A Business Succession and Retention Strategy
Econ Quiz: Wisconsin Employment
Early Care and Education in Wisconsin: Challenges and Opportunities
Unemployed Individuals to Job Openings Lowest in Decades

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