"Gold standard" jobs report shows Wis was 26th for private job growth in 2017, 32nd for private wage growth, and still the lowest manufacturing wages in the Midwest.— JakeEdwards (@JakeMadtown) June 7, 2018
Same old subpar crap under Walker.#wigov #wiunion #BlueWave2018 #wiright
The private sector job growth numbers are a bit better than the "all jobs" figures, as Wisconsin added a little over 32,000 jobs in the private sector for 2017.
BUT, that's still 26 straight quarters of being in the bottom half for job growth, and our wages still lag behond our neighbors.
In other words, same ol' disappointment. And that weak record of the last 7 years is far from what Scott Walker sold when he claimed Wisconsin would be "open for business."
Walker misses goal of 250,000 new private-sector jobs in his first seven years in office https://t.co/nkXMhe9gqU pic.twitter.com/rTZu6UVzSl— JSOnline - Business (@js_biz) June 7, 2018
And Scotty said we'd get there in 4 years. We will likely not get there in 8.
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