Information On This Page:
Having the facts on hand is just as important as knowing what to do with
the information. Wisconsin not only presents the information, but offers
several filters for you to find it quickly.
- WORKnet is an interactive labor market information
database for Wisconsin that lets users customize their information search. Find:
- Business tools
- Wage information
- Demographic profiles
- Database queries on unemployment, commuting patterns, and industry projections
- Office of Economic Advisors in the Department of Workforce
Development interprets labor force data related to employment growth in Wisconsin, inclding:
- Census data from the Wisconsin Department of Administration.
- Wisconsin.gov. State of Wisconsin's official web portal.
- Career Onestop, sponsored by the US Department of Labor's
Employment and Training Administration, delivers several business-oriented connections:
- Labor Market Information Center
- National average wages and trends
- Occupational trends
- Connections to other labor market research
- Business Center
- Entrepreneurship and business development
- Financial planning
- Home office business
- Human resources
- Information technology concerns
- Laws and regulations
- Testing and Assessment
- Guidelines for testing
- Explore certifications
- Working in the 21st Century, from the Bureau
of Labor Statistics, is a portrait of the U.S. workforce containing charts and information on subjects
ranging from education levels to retirement plans.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics, offers these data:
- Inflation and Consumer Spending
- Wages and Benefits
- Safety and Health
- FedStats. A gateway to statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal agencies.
- Bureau of Economic Analysis, Department of Commerce.