|Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development News Release|
|Tuesday, January 4, 2005
|News Media Contact
Madison - Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Secretary Roberta Gassman announced today that the 7th edition of the County Workforce Profiles is now available on the department’s web site. The profiles, produced by the department’s Office of Economic Advisors, include narratives, tables, and charts detailing county-level labor markets in Wisconsin. The Office of Economic Advisors is comprised of regional labor market analysts and economists who explore labor market issues and trends in all Wisconsin counties.
The profiles include population, labor force, largest industries and employers, occupation and industry wages, and income.
"I am happy to offer this tool to local community leaders, economic developers, planners and others to assist with analyzing and resolving workforce and planning issues throughout the state," said Secretary Gassman. "Our county profiles have been praised by national media and copied by other states because of the quality and level of information they contain."
The 72 county publications provide tables and charts with comprehensive information on the most current, annual data available with a brief analysis from local analysts and economists to provide additional insight on the changes in labor markets for county workers, employers, job seekers, students and others. The county workforce profiles are available here at http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/oea/cp_pdf/cp_mainx.htm. An update for the state of Wisconsin workforce profile, covering state-level data, is anticipated in early January and will be available with the county workforce profiles at that time.
For more information on these profiles, other labor market issues or to
request profiles in an alternative format
contact individual profile authors listed on the DWD web site at http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/oea/contact_us.htm.
Content Contact: Rose Lynch