- August 31, 2017
- Joel Rogers, and Laura Dresser.
For more than two decades now, annually, on Labor Day, COWS reports on how working people are faring in the state. The State of Working Wisconsin, released biannually on even-numbered years since 1996, is our long-form report, and looks at the economy comprehensively from a working-family perspective. In odd-numbered years, also biannually, we provide a more abbreviated and focused report, called The State of Working Wisconsin 2017: Facts & Figures.
Income Inequality Job Training & Apprenticeships Jobs Manufacturing State of Working X Unions and Worker Power Wages