|Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development News Release|
|Monday, June 20, 2005
|News Media Contact
Madison – Department of Workforce Development Secretary Roberta Gassman today announced the release of the publication Wisconsin Projections 2002-2012: Employment in Industries and Occupations . This publication examines Wisconsin’s job outlook between 2002 and 2012 and was prepared by the Department of Workforce Development, Office of Economic Advisors.
The report is a resource for students, job seekers, and counselors who wish to explore occupations and industries. Educational institutions use the occupational projections to evaluate proposed course offerings. Researchers and economic developers use the industry and occupational data in analyses of Wisconsin’s labor market. Employers use the data as indicators of statewide demand for various occupations.
Projections for 90 industries and 770 occupations are included. For each occupation, the report also contains wage information and typical education and training paths.
The publication is available in its entirety on the Department of Workforce Development website at http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/oea/longterm_projections.htm. A limited number of printed copies are also available at no charge. To order a copy, contact Karin Wells at Karin.Wells@dwd.state.wi.us or (608) 264-7841.
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