Wisconsin LMI Data Access
Have questions on the Data Page? Visit the data help page. Try the visual catalog of dashboards for an interactive data experience. You can download an Excel file layout/data dictionary that helps explain the data results.
During the transition to the 2018 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system, OEWS estimates are based on a “hybrid” structure that is a combination of the 2010 SOC and 2018 SOC. We have rolled the hybrid codes to SOC codes to remain consistent. You can open the WisConomy hybrid structure pdf here.
Program & Economist Downloads
Program Visualizations: Access data visualizations representing each program and more. DWD recommends using Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer 11 or newer in full screen on a desktop computer to view visualizations.
LMI Program Complete Downloads
Here you can download data files from each program. If you want to learn more about QCEW, CES, LAUS, or OEWS before deciding which download is right for you visit each program below. You can also go to the Programs Page to learn more.
Economists and analysts produce articles, special reports and presentations on the state of the economy. Visit the Economist page or Contact one of our staff members to learn more about what OEA can do for you! The Projections Unit of the Office of Economic Advisors develops both long-term and short-term outlooks of employment in Wisconsin's industries and occupations. Want to learn more? Visit the Projections page or go to Additional Resources on the What's New page.