Wisconsin Employment Statistics

  • 0 employers
  • 0 employees
  • $0 average weekly wage
  • The average weekly wage is 100.0% below the national average
  • The cost of living is 0.0% above the national average

For complete coverage and the latest employment statistics as compiled by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, see: Wisconsin Employment Statistics

State Business & Employment Since 2009

  • 0 fewer businesses
  • 0 fewer employees
  • nan% decline in total wages
  • $0 decrease in annual wages per employee
  • nan% decrease in wages per employee

For our analysis of key data changes for business and employment data since the end of the recession in 2009, see: Wisconsin Employment Growth Since the Recession


Business & Employment by County

County with the Most Businesses: Milwaukee County Wisconsin, 25,577
County with the Most Employees: Milwaukee County Wisconsin, 429,839
County with Highest Average Hourly Wage: Waukesha County Wisconsin, $1,041
County with Highest Unemployment Rate: Iron County Wisconsin, 7.1%

For a breakout of business and employment data by county for the state of Wisconsin, see: Wisconsin Employment Statistics by County

Occupations

For a breakout of occupations across the state of Wisconsin see:Wisconsin Occupational Statistics

Monthly Employment and Unemployment Data

  • 3,025,442 employed workers
  • 93,035 unemployed workers
  • 3.0% unemployment rate

Monthly employment, unemployment and wage data for the state of Wisconsin, see: Wisconsin Monthly Employment Data

Quarterly Employment and Unemployment Data

  • 178,065 employers, up 3.1% from 172,686
  • 2,832,399 employees, up 0.3% from 2,823,613
  • $992 average weekly wage, up 2.6% from $967
  • The average weekly wage is 16.2% below the national average
  • The cost of living is 4.2% below the national average

Quarterly employment statistics for Wisconsin, see: Wisconsin Quarterly Employment Data



Data Sources




About the Writer

This page was created and is maintained by Kurt Tietjen, Founder of Stavera, High Peak Media & HomeGearWorks.com. Kurt is an executive, data scientist and software engineer who holds an MBA in Management Information Systems. In 2010, he partnered with scientists at Northwestern University to launch The Street Wire. This was one of the first mainstream uses of what would become “Narrative Science”, an artificial intelligence platform specializing in natural language generation. You can contact Kurt on LinkedIn here.