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I Don't Feel So Bad. DWD Chief Economist writes, "I have been trying for months now to find a definitive direction and pace for economic growth prospects...only to assess the latest data and pull back.". July 2013, author: Dennis Winters

North Central Wisconsin: Labor Trends - 2013 Q2. A quarterly economic brief that highlights productive economic activity during 2012. June 2013, author: Tom Walsh

North Central Wisconsin: Labor Trends - 2012 Q4. A quarterly economic brief that looks back at the "Great Recession" and looks forward at what to expect in the new year. January 2013, author: Tom Walsh

Cliff, Carols, or Coal. DWD Chief Economist writes, "The elections are over...but the economic situation has changed little and the "fiscal cliff" is starring everybody in the face". November 2012, author: Dennis Winters

Let's try blowing into a paper bag. DWD Chief Economist writes, "The economy was doing pretty well at the end of 2011. GDP was up 3.0% in the fourth quarter. Industry data was solid and improving". June 2012, author: Dennis Winters

The Slippery Slope of the Wisconsin Labor Force Participation Rate. A look at LFPR trends in Wisconsin Counties. June 2012, author: David Cipra

North Central Wisconsin: Labor Trends - Q3. A quarterly economic brief on labor trends in the North Central WDA, October 2012, author: Tom Walsh

North Central Wisconsin: Labor Trends - Q2. A quarterly economic brief on labor trends in the North Central WDA, June 2012, author: John Westbury

North Central Wisconsin: Labor Trends - Q1. A quarterly economic brief on labor trends in the North Central WDA, March 2012, author: John Westbury

Stable Job Separations and Hires in Wisconsin: A First Glance with Preliminary Insights. A first glance with preliminary insights, February 2012, author: Dan Barroilhet

No News is No News. DWD Chief Economist writes, since last summer "things have been all but exciting.  ...viewing most of the economic graphs of the last six months has been  . . .".  January 2012, author: Dennis Winters

The Effects of Aging Population Demographics on the Registered Nurses Workforce, December 2011, author: Tom Walsh

Wisconsin Commuting Trends: Selected Measures and Contributing Factors,
December 2011, author: Dan Barroilhet


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