The following documents were written for an audience that has some knowledge
about the subject matter. Therefore, there is a greater level of focus and depth
in the technical material presented within each report.
Occupational Demand in the Centergy Economic Development Region.
Exploring the linkage between health care industry and employment and
April 2012, author: John Westbury
Long-term supply and
demand projections for Wisconsin's Registered Nurse Workforce, November 2011, authors: Victoria Udalova and Tom Walsh
Population Aging on Wisconsin's Labor Force. Wisconsin is on the cusp of an
un-precedent period of workforce change. The situation is inevitable and the
outcome poses enormous challenges . . . December 2009, authors:
Dennis Winters, Beverly Gehrke, Eric Grosso, and Victoria Udalova.
Special Reports are developed in response to a specific need for in-depth
information on a very broad subject.
The Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS) in the Department of Labor
reports the employment status of veterans and non-veterans in the labor force.
The annual average data tables by state pertain to those age 18 years and older.
The LMI Field Guide for Veterans is a step-by-step guide for veterans
and placement professionals showing how to use labor market information to make the transition into the civilian labor force.
This guide focuses on how to determine the skills already acquired, and examples using online resources, to identify current employment and/or training opportunities.
Health Care Workforce Analysis
The Office of Economic Advisors (OEA) partnered with Wisconsin Health Workforce Data Collaborative
to take proactive steps toward identifying and alleviating future shortages in
health care occupations. Projects include registered nurse forecasting and physician/physician assistant workforce analysis.