What is the average wage a nurse makes in Trempealeau County? What was the average wage increase in 2006? What skills do local workers have? How do local businesses look for workers? What benefits are offered?
If you have these and related questions, you may be interested in looking at the 2007 Labor Market Conditions Trempealeau County report. A labor market study looks at issues that affect both the demand for and the supply of labor in a region. It includes more detailed information than just wages. The report includes the results of a survey of local employers and a survey of households. If you have any questions about the study, please contact Pat Malone at 715-538-2311 ext. 211 or 877-538-2311 ext. 211.
If you are interested in other job training or labor market research, the following contacts may be helpful.
Center for Community Economic Development, UW-Extension
- http://www.uwex.edu/ces/cced/ Once at the site, click on “Publications.” You will find a listing of links to county labor market reports, job training, and commuter survey reports.
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
- http://www.dwd.state.wi.us/oea/ This site takes you to the Office of Economic Advisors. This division prepares workforce observations, workforce profiles, and employment projections.