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MADISON When the news broke about Minnesota and Wisconsin sharing first-place rankings in this years ACT college entrance exam scores, one reporter asked a question that was simultaneously amusing and serious: Could Vikings fans really be this smart?

As annoying at this may be to Wisconsin natives who were raised to believe little good ever comes out of Minn......

Full article >>> ay 2003. Studies of earnings in advanced capitalist economies typically find that each extra year of schooling raises earnings by 5 to 10 percent.

Why is the degree gap between Minnesota and Wisconsin so large? Its not because Wisconsin lacks institutions of higher education. The state has 13 public four-year university campuses, 13 two-year campuses, 21 private colleges and universities,......

Full article >>> er states. The reasons generally involve salary levels Wisconsin has two high-wage neighbors in Chicago and the Twin Cities and a perceived lack of career and cultural opportunities. Perceived is the key word, because many Wisconsin employers report that once they attract a young worker from outside the state, he or she rarely wants to leave.

Vikings fans or no, Minnesota is ahead in t......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 08/30/04


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