Entries by Mark Greene

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Mark Greene: Despite low unemployment, Wisconsin workers on a precipice

Originally Published in The Cap Times on Sep. 1, 2017 By Mark Greene | SafetyNet director of innovation and product development Recent talk of Wisconsin’s economic landscape tends to focus on our ability to attract business, the wisdom of incentives and associated implications on taxpayers or the number of jobs created. To be sure, finding […]

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5 Troubling Financial Statistics

Overall, the economy in the U.S. has been slowly recovering from the recent recession, but many Americans are still struggling financially. Of course, these 5 troubling financial statistics from different surveys tell only part of the story, but they are concerning nonetheless. 32% of people surveyed said they pay only the minimum amount due each […]

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Infographic: Top 10 Projected Occupational Losses in Wisconsin for 2024

The number of jobs in some occupations is declining in Wisconsin, according to these Wisconsin Long-Term Occupational Employment Projections from 2014-2024. The Wisconsin occupation projections in this infographic are for the year 2024 and reflect the projected change from 2014. These projections were derived using May 2015 OES Survey, annual data 2014 QCEW and CES data, unpublished […]

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Look Good on Paper: Resume Trends for the Modern Job Market

Whether you’re updating your resume as part of an inspired New Year’s resolution or because you’re begrudgingly back on the market, knowing what says “modern” (and what looks old-school) is essential to opening doors with potential employers. Especially if it’s been a while (say, from the pre-LinkedIn era), a lot has changed since you last […]

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Infographic of U.S. Employment Numbers by Industry

December 2016 Jobs Report This is an infographic showing the U.S. employment numbers by industry for November 2016 as released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics / U.S. Department of Labor in December. The unemployment rate declined to 4.6 percent in November, and total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 178,000, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported. […]

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9 Ways to Make Ends Meet When You’re Between Jobs

So you’re between jobs. Limbo, crisis, transition. No matter what you call it, it’s an unsettling time—and for good reason. When you don’t know when you’ll have a regular income again, expenses that once seemed unremarkable—say, those monthly school loan payments or even coffee with a friend—can suddenly feel daunting. The good news is that […]