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Wages and Occupations
Knowing how to make wage comparisons and check occupational growth trends puts control into your future. Use these tools to find information on the hot occupations in your area ... and across the nation.
Wage and occupation resources on JCW
- WisConomy features occupation searches by any Wisconsin county.
- Occupations. The world of possible jobs is wide open!
- In-Demand Occupations. What are the hot jobs in Wisconsin ... and nationwide?
- Wages. Make wage comparisons and check occupational growth trends.
- Wisconsin's Economy. Detailed labor force data with a focus on issues and trends.
Tools from the Wisconsin Office of Economic Advisors
- Office of Economic Advisors (OEA) researches the relationships between labor markets and other economic and demographic factors.
- provide snapshots of the labor market in every Wisconsin county.
- Employment Projections are available for both industries and occupations, and both statewide and regionally.
Wage and occupation resources outside of Job Center of Wisconsin
- O*Net, from the US Department of Labor, is a unique, powerful source for continually-updated information on skill requirements and occupational characteristics.
- Career OneStop, sponsored by the US Department of Labor, is a pathway to career success for job seekers and students.
- Salary + Benefits, from Career OneStop.
- Labor Market Information Center, from Career One Stop
- Wages by Occupation and Local Area, from America's Career InfoNet, contains comparisons of pay rates for similar jobs state-to-state.
- Working in the 21st Century.
Bureau of Labor Standards
- FedStats is a gateway to statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal agencies.
- FirstGov.gov is the U.S. government's official web portal.