With the use of hyperlinks there are several ways to access the tools and information items
from the Youth module. The three most common ways are:
Find a resource in one of many youth-focused workforce agencies, programs and services.
Find out the terms of employment requirements for minors ages 12-17 from the Equal Rights
Division, Labor Standards Bureau. Select the link to see the "Are You Planning On Going
To Work?" publication and then select the "Employment of Minors Guide."
Work permits may be applied for at school offices or call (608) 266-6860 for
information on where in your area they may be applied for.
Check this publication to confirm what hours and time of day minors may work in Wisconsin.
The publication is separated by age groups and time of year categories. This publication is provided
in PDF format.
This "Wisconsin Minimum Wage Rates" poster spells out the general current minimum wage rates,
as well as the minimum wage rates for tipped employees, agricultural employees and caddies.
It also provides meal and lodging rates for non-agricultural employment and agricultural employment
as well as weekly salary information for camp counselor employment.
This poster is available in PDF format.
Compare salary levels by county in Wisconsin. Using a job title or a
keyword related to a job, this tool enables you to select multiple counties to review and compare
wages. You can see entry, average and experienced level wages for the counties selected, as well
as state, metropolitan statistical area and balance of state areas.
Additional resources to supplement or compliment this module.