Presentations and Publications
Workforce & Economic Outlook
An overview of economic points of interest relevant to Wisconsin from the 4th Annual WITS Ideas Exchange. You can open in a PowerPoint or PDF format. Contact Dennis Winters, Chief Economist with questions regarding the presentation.
Using Data for Site Selection
Help answer the question "Why should our business locate or expand here?" - Our data and analysis can help. You can open in a PowerPoint or PDF format. Contact Scott Hodek, OEA Section Chief with questions regarding the presentation.
Examining Job Automation in Wisconsin's Workforce
A discussion about potential changes to the current labor market resulting from automation. You can open in a PowerPoint or PDF format. Contact Ryan Long, Labor Market Economist with questions regarding the presentation.
Impact of New Projections Methodology
Separations openings method results look at exits, replacements and transfer rates accounting for different types of job changes to ensure the data reflects today's dynamic workforce. You can open in a PowerPoint or PDF format. Contact Blania Calderon, Projections with questions regarding the presentation.
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) and the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) announce the latest national, state, and local employment and unemployment rates and analysis.
2017 Wisconsin County Profiles
The County Workforce Profiles provide snapshots of the labor market for every Wisconsin county. Each profile includes analysis of the current and projected population dynamics, the effect on the labor force, county industries and employers, occupational patterns within industries, and average wages.
Each county profile includes analysis of the:
- current and projected population dynamics
- effects population has on the labor force
- occupational patterns within industries, and
- average wages
Select a Profile from the dropdown list and then Go.
County Profile Downloads
County Profiles for prior years are available on the Wisconsin Digital Archive website.
Occupations projected to grow faster than the state average, currently pay wages above the state median wage, and have the most projected openings.
Hot Jobs Printable Brochure
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Interested in more projection information? Visit Projections to look at occupations and industry data.