State of Wisconsin

Marquette Law School poll results show Wisconsinites support measures dealing with COVID-19

86% support, 10% saw responses as an 'overreaction'

State of Wisconsin

Daily number of applications filed for unemployment exceeded 20,000

As coronavirus crises worsens, business closures, layoffs, force Wisconsinites to apply for unemployment benefits


Point Counterpoint: Trump’s USMCA trade deal will fix past failures with NAFTA, prioritize Americans

President Trump's USMCA trade deal will benefit all countries involved, address shortcomings in Clinton's past NAFTA trade agreement


You After UW: How the Wisconsin labor market impacts students’ job search

Racial disparities in unemployment rates, varying percentages of students staying in state reveal unequal experiences with post-graduation job market


Leading by example: Wisconsin makes solid strides in clean energy industry

Despite national decrease, Wisconsin continues to add more jobs in renewable energy, establishing good foundation for further progress

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin unemployment rate drops to 2.9 percent

Unemployment rate stuck at 3 percent for five prior months

State of Wisconsin

Economic hardship and poverty still an issue in Wisconsin, report shows

While government programs work to lift some out of poverty, housing costs, food, health insurance coverage are still major issues

City of Madison

RaISE program to connect more individuals seeking employment with companies

Program hopes to combat Madison's racial disparities


Influx of Foxconn workers may damage job quality for skilled Wisconsinites

Given that Wisconsin's unemployment rate is so low, it's time to discuss the quality of Foxconn's jobs


Walker’s booming economy beneficial for Wisconsinites, increases his chance at reelection

From Foxconn to sales tax holiday, Walker's comprehensive economic policy should scare Democratic gubernatorial candidates

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