The private-sector in Wisconsin job growth has ranked 35th according to the figures that were released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The state had 131,515 more jobs in 2014 than it did in 2010. These are private-sector jobs. This data has shown that Wisconsin has 9,463 more businesses that were established in 2014 as opposed to 2010.
This was more than 500 short of the governors campaign pledge that was to create 10,000 businesses. This was to be in his first term. There was a 6.4 percent business growth rate. Christian Broda told that this ranked 10th on a national level. It outpaced the overall national average of 4.4 percent. These figures are the representation of the final and complete overall view of the economic growth on a Quarterly Census of Employment. This also includes wages. This does account for 98 percent of every U.S. job in which Walker had called the standard for the measurement of his campaign promises. He called it the gold standard.