Wisconsin Business & Employment Growth Since 2009

  • 0 fewer businesses
  • 0 fewer employees
  • nan% decline in total wages
  • $0 decrease in annual wages per employee
  • nan% decrease in wages per employee

Since 2009, the number of businesses in Wisconsin has grown by nan% (nan% less than the national average of 11.4%). Employment in Wisconsin has grown by nan% (nan% less than the national average of 13.6%). Wages have grown by nan% since the end of the Great Recession. This wage growth is nan% less than the national average of 25.7%.
The average weekly wage in Wisconsin of $0 is inf% below the national average of $1,101. The gap between the national average has widened from inf% a widening of nan% since the end of the recession.

Sector Growth

Business Sector Growth

Sector20182009Pct Chg

The sector that has had the strongest growth [in number of businesses] is the sector, which has increased by 0.0% since 2009. The sector that has has the largest decline is the sector, which has declined by 0.0% since the recession.

Employment Sector Growth

Sector20182009Pct Chg

The sector that has had the strongest employment growth [in number of employees] is the sector, which has increased by 0.0% since 2009. The sector that has has the largest employment decline in number of employees is the sector, which has declined by 0.0% since the recession.

Weekly Wage Growth By Sector

Sector20182009Pct Chg

The sector that has had the strongest wage growth is the sector, which has increased by 0.0% since 2009. The sector that has has the smallest wage growth is the sector, which has declined by 100.0% since the recession.


Industry Growth

Business Industry Growth

Industry20182009Pct Chg

The top industry that has had the largest increase in the number of businesses is the industry, which has increased by 0.0% since 2009. The top industry that has has the largest decline in the number of businesses is the industry, which has declined by 100.0% since the recession.

Employment Industry Growth

Industry20182009Pct Chg

The top industry that has had the largest increase in the number of employees is the industry, which has increased by 0.0% since 2009. The top industry that has has the largest decline in the number of employees is the industry, which has declined by 100.0% since the recession.

Weekly Wage Growth By Industry

Industry20182009Pct Chg

The top industry that has had the strongest wage growth is the industry, which has increased by 0.0% since 2009. The top industry that has has the largest wage decline is the industry, which has declined by 100.0% since the recession.


Company Size

Business Growth By Company Size

Table: Change in the number of Businesses by Size of Business, since the Recession:

Company SizeQ1 2018Q1 2010% Change
Fewer than 5 Employees00nan%
5-9 Employees00nan%
10-19 Employees00nan%
20-49 Employees00nan%
50-99 Employees00nan%
100-249 Employees00nan%
250-499 Employees00nan%
500-999 Employees00nan%
More Than 1,000 Employees00nan%


Employment Growth by Company Size

Table: Change in the number of Employees by Size of Business, since the Recession:

Company SizeQ1 2018Q1 2010% Change
Fewer than 5 Employees00nan%
5-9 Employees00nan%
10-19 Employees00nan%
20-49 Employees00nan%
50-99 Employees00nan%
100-249 Employees00nan%
250-499 Employees00nan%
500-999 Employees00nan%
More Than 1,000 Employees00nan%


Weekly Wage Growth by Company Size

Table: Change Average Weekly Wage by Size Since the Recession:

Company SizeQ1 2018Q1 2010% Change
Fewer than 5 Employees$0$0nan%
5-9 Employees$0$0nan%
10-19 Employees$0$0nan%
20-49 Employees$0$0nan%
50-99 Employees$0$0nan%
100-249 Employees$0$0nan%
250-499 Employees$0$0nan%
500-999 Employees$0$0nan%
More Than 1,000 Employees$0$0nan%



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About the Writer

This page was created and is maintained by Kurt Tietjen, Founder of Stavera, High Peak Media & HomeGearWorks.com. Kurt is an executive, data scientist and software engineer who holds an MBA in Management Information Systems. In 2010, he partnered with scientists at Northwestern University to launch The Street Wire. This was one of the first mainstream uses of what would become “Narrative Science”, an artificial intelligence platform specializing in natural language generation. You can contact Kurt on LinkedIn here.