Wisconsin Employment Statistics

  • 0 employers
  • 0 employees
  • $0 average weekly wage
  • The average weekly wage is 100.0% below the national average
  • The cost of living is 0.0% above the national average

Types of Employers (Private Sector vs Government Agency)

As an employer in Wisconsin, you are most likely to be running a private company rather than a government agency. nan% of employers run private companies in the state, nan% less than the national average of 97.0. The remaining nan% of employers are government agencies: nan% work in a federal agency, nan% work for the state and nan% work for local government. The chart below illustrates the breakout of employers by type.
nan% of employees work for a private company. This is nan% below the national average of 85.2%. Local government agencies employ nan% of the workers in the state, state government agencies employ nan% of the workers and the federal government employs nan%. The percentage of employees working for a government agency (nan%) is nan% lower than the national average. The chart below illustrates the breakout of employees by type of employer.
The average weekly wage in Wisconsin is $0 per week, which is 100.0% greater than the national average of $1,101 per week. Wisconsin workers that are employed by private businesses earn $0 per week, 100.0% lower than the national average for private company employees. Employees of federal government agencies in Wisconsin earn $0 per week, a premium of nan% compared to what employees of private companies earn. The chart below illustrates the average weekly by type of employer.


Leading Sectors

Businesses by Sector

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Table: Sectors by # of Businesses
Sector# Businesses% of Bus.


Employees by Sector

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Table: Sectors by # of Employees
Sector# Employees% of Emp'


Average Weekly Wage by Sector

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Table: Wages by Sector
SectorWkly Wagevs St Avg.


Leading Industries

Businesses by Industry

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Industry# BusinessesEmp/Biz


Employees by Industry

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Table: Industries by # of Employees
Industry# EmpEmp/Biz


Average Weekly Wage by Industry

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Table: Wages by Industry
IndustryWkly Wage% of Avg


Company Size

Wisconsin Businesses by Size

The solopreneur company, has the most businesses in Wisconsin. nan% of all businesses in the state have fewer than 5 employees. The 0 small businesses in the state represent nan% of all private businesses. The national average is 92.6%. (Small businesses have fewer than 50 employees, Solopreneurs employ fewer than 5.) The pie chart below illustrates the ratio of business sizes.

Wisconsin Employees by Business Size

The largest companies in the state represent nan% of all employees, which is nan% lower than the national average of 138.4%. Smallest companies also employ a lower percentage of the states workforce than the largest companies. The solopreneur (those that employ fewer than 5) companies employ nan% of all workers, which is nan% lower than the national average of 91.5%. All small companies, those employing fewer than 50 people, represent nan% of the labor force in the state, nan% more than the national average of 550.0%.

Wisconsin Avg Weekly Wages by Business Size

Wisconsin workers in every size business are paid less than the national average. The smallest companies in Wisconsin (those with fewer than 5 employees) pay workers 0.0% less than the national average ($0 per week as compared to the national average of $975 per week). The largest companies in Wisconsin (those with more than 1,000 employees) pay 0.0% workers below the national average ($0 per week as compared to the national average of $1,882 per week).



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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.