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Wisconsin Labor Shortage on the Horizon

MADISON, WI In the middle of a recession and high unemployment it seems ironic to speak about a pending labor shortage in Wisconsin, but that was the message to state economic development and political leaders last week in Madison at an event organized by Forward Wisconsin.

Terry Ludeman, labor economist for the Department of Workforce Development and one of Wisconsins foremost economist......

Full article >>> 2% of their college graduates, while Wisconsin retains a little over 61% of college grads. Wisconsins graduates are moving to dynamic and growing cites like Seattle, Denver, Minneapolis, and Chicago, he said.

Minorities and high school graduates

We are a white, old state, and a low minority state, Ludeman said. By 2017 there will not be enough 18 year-olds to replace work......

Full article >>> rther hurt Wisconsins economic development. Recently a company in San Diego purchased Madison based biotech firm PanVera while a company in Alabama purchased a promising medical imaging company, UltraVisual. We are a incubator state, there is a significant trend in out-of-state businesses buying Wisconsin companies, said Ludeman. This will cause a further exodus of tax and income dollars for Wisco......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 06/16/03


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