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“WI” LOVE IT HERE!

“WI” LOVE IT HERE!

Employment numbers show that many workers are staying in Wisconsin despite neighboring Minnesota having a higher minimum wage.  This week the minimum wage in Minnesota jumped over two-dollars and 50-cents above the Wisconsin minimum wage to nine-86-an-hour, but employment in the Badger State is holding steady. 

The executive director of the La Crosse Area Chamber of Commerce says she believes people are staying in Wisconsin because they love their jobs.  In La Crosse in particular, the unemployment is tied for the lowest it’s ever been. 

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