Walker Administration Sees Strong Movement in Job Creation

Only 190 thousand jobs to go for governor Walker.  New numbers from the

Wisconsin governor's labor department show the state added about 60 thousand jobs in the first two years of his current term.  The governor promised to create 250 thousand jobs by the end of his term.  Department of Workforce Development secretary Reggie Newson says the increase shows the state is moving "in the right direction."


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