If you read this batch of headlines, you might conclude Wisconsin's economy is headed straight for a rusty dumpster.
"Plant buyouts hit home: GM, Delphi workers take buyouts"
"About 260 at Briggs & Stratton to retire to secure health deal"
"Walworth County loses bid as Honda picks Indiana site for plant."
But if you read these news stories, ......Full article >>>
manufacturing is far from dead in Wisconsin, where 567,000 people still make a living in that increasingly diverse sector. They also show that higher-end service jobs can help fill the gap for jobs that are lost.
Direct Supply Inc., one of the nation's largest suppliers to the nursing home industry, announced it will add hundreds of jobs at its Milwaukee headquarters. UnitedHealth Group s......Full article >>>
headwind, but overall Wisconsin is well positioned for healthy, sustainable growth," the economists said.
There will be setbacks and successes for Wisconsin in the years ahead, sometimes simultaneously. In today's national and world economies, "change" has become the new norm.