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Last month’s employment report from the Department of Labor offered more dismal news about the U.S. economy. And while many areas of the country continue to struggle, there are a few bright spots. Gov. Scott Walker happens to be presiding over one in Wisconsin, which added a net of 9,500 new jobs in June — more than half the 18,000 created nationwide.
Wisconsin’s resurgence comes after three years of job losses — more than 150,000 jobs were lost in the three years before Walker became governor. Since he took office in January, the state has added 39,300 private-sector jobs. That puts Walker on pace to exceed his goal of 250,000 new jobs in four years.
Originally posted by inforeal
Yeah he could and should go straight to hell!
This small private job increase I will venture has nothing to do with what this lying politician did in Wisconsin
This job growth is related to a resurgent tourism industry I dare say having little to do with this puppet of the Kock brother’s acts. Also unemployment in Wisconsin still went up
What you failed to put in your post is that Wisconsin NEVER had a budget problem in the first place so all the things Walker did in-fact added to the overall unemployment situation in the state by his assault on the state workers and were not even necessary.
He is a puppet for the Koch brothers who has been ordered to smash unions; that has been proven as fact!
STURTEVANT - Governor Scott Walker is continuing to work on his campaign promise to add 250,000 jobs.
On Tuesday, he announced 109 new jobs at a company in Sturtevant.
Walker spent Tuesday at AMT to announce a $10 million expansion project at the factory which contracts with Ford Motors to make auto parts.
With it comes 109 new jobs.
"To have 109 new jobs is not only important for here, it's important for the ripple effect," said Walker.
"I believe that manufacturing, particularly small and medium-sized employers, will be the lifeblood of the state of Wisconsin