Wisconsin 37th in private sector job growth over 12-month period, down from 32nd

  • Article by: SCOTT BAUER , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 18, 2013 - 7:45 PM

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin declined in private-sector job growth rankings for the latest reporting period, dropping from 32nd to 37th in the nation, a point that Democrats continue to exploit against Gov. Scott Walker as he seeks re-election next year.

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toner_04Dec. 18, 1312:33 PM

We're # 37! We're # 37! Has a nice ring to it.

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texas_technomanDec. 19, 13 5:36 AM

That "trickle down" thing still isn't trickling, eh Scotty?

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badgerfan2Dec. 19, 13 6:49 AM

I told this to people when both walker and Dayton were elected in the same year and both states were at a similar state of unemployment. I said then that we in Minnesota would recover much more quickly because walkers policies stifle growth. Dayton was somewhat stifled for two years with republican house and senate but two years after that mistake we are at full employment and Wisconsin is failing. It was apparent during the recall elections but walker lied and covered up the numbers trying to get past the recall. They had their chance to get rid of that crook and now they get what they voted for.

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