Thursday, June 27, 2013

Wisconsin now 33 in Private Sector Job Growth, thanks to normal economic expansion.

See, just give it a little time…2 or three years. Scott Walker is essentially feeding off the Obama administration’s attempt to spur economic growth, with absolutely no help from the “jobs, jobs, jobs” Republican social engineers, who haven’t said “job creators” in a year or so.


I imagine we'll be asked to continue to wait 2 or 3 more years, surprisingly, in a state that has basically "given the store away" to business. We should be thriving if you believe satisfied CEO's. 

Since there are no impediments for business in Wisconsin anymore, we're the Midwest's trailer park for freeloading business squatters. 

Walker is benefiting from normal growth. Thanks to his job killing attack on wages and benefits, he's only stunted consumer spending in the state. And with Walker's horrible treatment of ideologically blackballed industries, the nations businesses considering their other choices now. 

According to Rep. Peter Barca, who combined the two years average...
New federal figures released today show Wisconsin is 38th in the nation in overall job creation since Gov. Walker took office, including dead last in the Midwest. These figures cover the two-year period from December 2010 to December 2012 and come from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW).
So here are the numbers. Comparisons to our neighboring states will come:
jsonline: Wisconsin grew private-sector jobs at a rate of 1.4% in 2012 … still lags the
See State Unemployment map here for details
equivalent national rate of 2.3%
does not represent a major change in its rate of private-sector job creation, which was 1.5% in 2010 and 1.3% in 2011.


(The) ranking it 33rd of the 50 states in private-sector job growth for the year … That's an improvement on the state's ranking of 44th

Thursday's data indicated that Wisconsin gained 62,082 private-sector jobs during those two years — 29,800 in 2011 and 32,282 in 2012. Overall, including government as well as private-sector jobs, Wisconsin added 31,902 new non-farm jobs last year. That ranked the state 31st out of 50 for combined public- and private-sector job growth in 2012. 

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