A shortage of pilots may be a good reason why there are fewer flights in and out of the La Crosse’s airport. Airport director Clint Torp...
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A new study shows that Wisconsin’s poverty rate increased in 2016 and children were especially impacted despite the state’s job growth during...
MADISON, Wis. — Luring a new Foxconn factory will cost Wisconsin more than eight times as much per job as other job-creation deals in the past...
NEENAH, Wis. — Wisconsin employees of Kimberly-Clark are hoping their jobs will be spared in the paper giant’s latest round of layoffs which include 5,500 workers....
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker stopped in La Crosse on Thursday. The Republican was at the La Crosse Area Development Corporation’s luncheon, giving his thoughts on the...
Trying to recruit millennial workers to Wisconsin and get the right kind of jobs is becoming a challenge. It’s one the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. (WEDC)...
Effort would start after $1 million campaign aimed at those in Chicago
Biggest openings in medical field
State has yet to clear the way on $3 billion incentive package
Over 1,000 could be laid off
Income of top 1% has increased 130% since 1979, as compared to 9% for everyone else
Two Republicans voted against, while three Dems near the plant’s proposed site, voted for
Democrats argued the proposal should be improved to protect taxpayers, workers and the environment
Republican says he hasn’t seen a manufacturing plant that can hire enough workers
Nine regional employer databases connected forming statewide network
Manufacturing giant could spark investment, entrepreneurship
System formed panel, could hire from private sector, like other colleges.
Company could build right by Illinois border, bringing in out-of-state jobs.
Plant will produce LCD that are used in televisions and computer screens.
Foxconn could receive up to $3 billion in incentives over 15 years from Wisconsin.