I will just assume I am wrong but if someone can answer where the 10,100 number came from I would appreciate the clarification - some other source?? I will update this note with the answer and next time be that much better at reading tables, etc. Perhaps not "fewer employed" but "higher unemployment rates" would be more "correct" language on my part?
Thanks in advance
Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Secretary Manny Perez says in a report released March 16th, 2011: (Click the title above to see the report)
“Wisconsin added 10,100 private sector jobs in January, giving us a head start on the hiring season,” Secretary Perez said. “We expect more job growth with Wisconsin’s new, business friendly image under Governor Walker. The time is right for the unemployed to redouble job search efforts and help meet employer needs, particularly manufacturers with increasing production orders.”Later in the same report (about unemployment rates):
All 72 counties had higher rates in January than in December, but lower rates than in January 2010._______________________________________________________
My bias is that I would expect things to be getting better -
250,000: When an employment promise is NOT a promise!