These links should be viewed as informational resources and not as recommendations.
This resource contains current job opportunities that employers
have listed with the Wisconsin Job Center system.
OEA assists the public to better understand the relationships between labor
markets and other economic and demographic specifics.
DWD identifies and helps implement top-priority, immediate and longer-term strategies for addressing the health care worker shortages in Wisconsin.
The Manufacturing Skill Standards Certification (MSSC) focused on core skills.
The Wisconsin Workforce Development Association (WWDA) represents the interests of local workforce investment agencies and system partners.
CWI advises the Governor on workforce investment strategies, policies and programs.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Association (WEDA) is a non-profit dedicated to expanding the State's economy.
COWS is a national policy center and field laboratory for high-road economic development.
LED provides dynamic local workforce and labor market conditions.
O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, HR professionals, students, and more!
This O*Net site is an interactive tool for job seekers & students to learn more about their career options.
mySkills myFuture helps laid-off workers and other career changers find new occupations to explore.
BEA promotes a better understanding of the U.S. economy by providing impartial, timely, & accurate economic accounts data.
BLS produces impartial, timely, & accurate data to the social & economic conditions of our Nation, its workers, & their families.
The Census Bureau serves as the leading source of quality data about the
nation's people and economy.
Directory of Labor Market Information bureaus across the nation (e.g., to get a job's licensing requirements). Also see BLS' List.
The WIC establishes a unique structure for Federal-State cooperation in planning & overseeing the workforce information system.
Knowing what career you want to pursue is a critical component of your education. Your career plays a big part of how you spend your future.
Job trends have been tracked for four decades, following unskilled workers during the 1990s boom, welfare leavers taking jobs, and
Career Technical Education (CTE) is preparing students of all ages to help drive America’s success and vitality.
It is creating an educational environment that integrates core academics with real-world relevance.
WSC works with education, workforce & economic development agencies
to help students & workers succeed.
Dept of Administration's population projections by age and sex for
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Economy At a Glance for Wisconsin and its cities.
This page will help you locate alternative sites where you can search for jobs or prospective employees.