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For more than two decades, the State of Working Wisconsin has presented the workers’ perspective on the economy in the state: who is winning, and who is being left out; where is disparity growing; and what’s happening to the economic chasm separating Black and white workers in the state.

As we head into our second Labor Day of the pandemic, the State of Working Wisconsin report will still focus on how working people are doing and continue to shine a spotlight on the state’s brutal Black-white disparities. We bring back focus on wages and unions this year but also share update worker experiences to crystalize the human costs.

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Jobs: Available Now!

In part one of four, we’re discussing the jobs outlook for working people this Labor Day: how many we have, who has them, and who doesn’t.

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