Similar to much of the nation, Wisconsin has been on the “slow and steady” course of economic improvement over the course of the past few years. The statewide unemployment rate was consistently on the decline in 2013, with November posting a 6.3% unemployment rate, less than the national rate of 7%. Over the past six months, Wisconsin’s economy saw the strongest job growth since 1997. The economic recovery is slowly inching back, but additional growth needs to be reached in order to be back at pre-recession levels.
Source : Cushman & Wakefield