Which is better for the US economy?
The United States is not a great place to be working in.
According to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are more than 12 million unemployed people across the country.
And that’s not even counting the people who are still jobless or underemployed.
But for people who do manage to find work, there’s nothing like a job in Wisconsin.
With a median annual income of $52,000, Wisconsin is the fifth-highest-paid state in the US.
So what’s the catch?
While the state’s economy is booming, it’s also a very different place to work than it was a decade ago.
Unemployment is still high, the number of people without a job is growing and there are still a number of high-cost industries that have largely disappeared.
In other words, the state still needs to make the necessary investments in the skills of its workforce to keep pace with the changing times.
But what exactly is a Wisconsin economy like?
There are two main types of economic development plans, but there are also different ways to measure progress and progressiveness in the economy.
The first is an economic development plan that is the product of a comprehensive analysis of the state economy, including all the industries, services and industries that are important to Wisconsin.
These plans are known as economic development action plans (EDAPs), and they are used by states to measure the economy in a holistic manner.
The second type of plan is an “economic development plan summary”, or EDP summary.
This is an individual plan that details the details of how the state is progressing in its plan to improve its economy.
In the EDP, there is a broad definition of success that includes the number and types of jobs created and the size of the economy as a whole.
So for example, an EDP of “1,000 jobs” would mean that the state created more than 1,000 new jobs.
In this case, Wisconsin’s economy has grown and is growing at a steady pace.
But the plan summary also includes an overview of the economic development of each individual sector of the overall economy.
For example, if you look at the jobs created in the mining sector, for example — the mining industry accounts for about 40% of Wisconsin’s employment — the state has also created more jobs in that sector than it lost, but this growth has been slower than in other sectors.
And the growth has also been slower in the health care, education and professional services sectors than in the manufacturing, construction and transportation sectors.
What these different types of plans can tell us about how the economy is growing, and what needs to be done to create more jobs, is important for policymakers.
Wisconsin has one of the most dynamic economies in the country, and many of its economic successes are the result of efforts to improve the skills and employability of its people.
And if policymakers want to make sure that Wisconsin continues to be a place that’s open for work, they’ll need to make progress on many of the issues that are driving the economy, and that includes job creation.
We’re looking at some of the key steps in creating jobs in Wisconsin, and how to make Wisconsin a great state to work in. 1.
Invest in job creation A lot of state policymakers are focusing on the jobs problem in Wisconsin today.
In an ESD, the plan outlines the steps to take to create new jobs, and the types of businesses and industries to invest in to create jobs.
For instance, if we were to look at job creation in the coal sector, the EPD would outline the types and sizes of mines that are likely to need to be upgraded, the types that are unlikely to be, and so on.
This could be a key part of Wisconsin policymakers’ approach to creating jobs.
Another important part of the plan is the type of infrastructure that is needed to ensure that Wisconsin can remain competitive and grow.
The EDP outline outlines how to improve existing infrastructure, such as roads, bridges and schools, and also the types to build, the cost of building and the type to fund the project.
It could also be a useful tool for measuring the impact of the jobs plan on the state of Wisconsin.
And a third key step is to address what are called the “budgets”.
These are the basic elements that are required to fund a particular project or project.
For Wisconsin, these are the types for highways, bridges, parks, public transit, parks and recreation and a number other types.
The Wisconsin Department of Economic Development (WDED) is the lead agency in overseeing the EDA and these plans are used as a benchmark for what projects will be funded.
These include projects that are targeted for specific types of funding, or projects that will be developed as part of a broader project, such like a new transit line or a new highway.
These are often the projects that have the most immediate impact on jobs and are therefore the most challenging to get off the ground.
It is the job