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Grading Wisconsins high-growth economy

Before the calendar turns to a new year, here are some category-by-category grades for Wisconsins high-growth, tech-based economy in 2005. Take it easy on the professor if you disagree; he doesnt have a back-up position.

Innovation: A minus. Wisconsin continues to produce more than its share of patents and intellectual property, with organizations such as th......

Full article >>> state in producing college-level students but below average in terms of the percentage of college graduates in the workforce. Thats not so much because Wisconsin loses more grads than any other Midwest state; it does a poor job of attracting young talent from elsewhere. But that may be changing. More than 90 percent of Wisconsins two-year tech college grads stay, and some of the states larger citi......

Full article >>> on regional strengths and leveraging the power of technology and manufacturing clusters.

Overall grade: B. Wisconsin is making progress, although not yet quickly enough to satisfy everyone who wanted to see the states economy rebound overnight after the manufacturing downturn. A new economy is emerging in Wisconsin; lets see if the grades improve again in 2006.



Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 12/28/05


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