Online Schools in Wisconsin
Wisconsin is not only a leading agricultural state and one of the main producers of America's cheeses, but manufacturing, consumer goods and tourism are also major industries. The world-famous Harley-Davidson motorcycles are made in the state. And the University of Wisconsin is one of the most important centers for the research and development of biotechnology.
Wisconsin workers benefit from a relatively solid labor market and a reasonable cost of living. The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the mean annual wage in 2009 in Wisconsin at $40,190, which is just below the national average. But according to 2010 data from the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center, Wisconsin has a cost of living just below the national average. In March 2011, the Wisconsin's Department of Workforce Development listed the unemployment rate at 7.4 percent, which compared favorably to the national average of 8.8 percent.
According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Wisconsin's 2009 gross domestic product was $239 billion, derived mostly from manufacturing, real estate, finance, health care, government and retail trade.
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