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Employment Websites

Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development - a state agency focused on Wisconsin's workforce. This site contains reports and resources relevant to state's job climate.

US Bureau of Labor Statistics - excellent resource for statistics and data on the nation's economy and workforce. Data may be sifted and sorted by state as well.

US Department of Labor - resources, reports, statistics, directories, and news relevant to the nation's economy and workforce.

Occupational Outlook Handbook - the Bureau of Labor Statistics' guide to career information, including salary figures, standard requirements, and other relevant information.

Economic Policy Institute - a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that researches, analyzes, and advocates employment rights and security for working Americans.

The Urban Institute - Employment - resources on labor market trends and developments intended to educate policy makers and the public on how to create, encourage, and maintain a thriving workforce.

The Brookings Institution - quality reports and discussions on the job market and economic issues.

Institute for Research on Poverty - a nonprofit, nonpartisan, interdisciplinary center based out of UW-Madison that researches poverty and social inequality.

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