According to data released Thursday by the state Department of Workforce Development, the state lost an estimated 3,900 jobs in the private sector in December from November. In the same month, the United States gained an estimated 212,000 jobs
In past months of job losses in Wisconsin, Gov. Walker and his administration have blamed the losses on the national economy, but given that the national economy gained over 200,000 jobs last month, it seems blame for Wisconsin’s job losses should fall squarely on the shoulders of Scott Walker and Republicans in the legislature, who despite their “focus” on job creation have managed create six months of job losses in Wisconsin.
Yet another reason to recall Scott Walker, because Wisconsin can’t afford to keep shedding jobs under his watch.