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Statewide Labor Market Information

The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development Office of Economic Advisors develops county workforce profiles detailing the economic outlook, labor force and employment data, labor force participation rates by age, population and demographics, industry employment and wages, employment projections, and personal income. View the 2023 Workforce Profile for Milwaukee County.

The Milwaukee Region is a recognized center of innovation and advanced manufacturing. Several cluster industries stand out for the high number of firms located here and the concentration of talent.  These include water, power and controls, and food and beverage. 

Employ Milwaukee continually analyzes labor market data to ensure job seekers are trained for quality jobs with advancement opportunities that exist within our community. Click on any report below to learn about diversity, top occupations, most sought-after skills, and more within the following industries in Milwaukee County.





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