Let's put this number (62,072) in perspective.
In other words, Wisconsin needs to generate 188,000 jobs in the next 2 years in order for Scott Walker to reach his goal of 250,000 new jobs.
Oh, but what's this?
A lot of 22.600 private-sector jobs.
Any statement on this number, Scott?
Here's the DWD news release.
Note the headline (red arrow): Wisconsin Employment & Unemployment Estimate Announced: March Revised, April Preliminary.
Then note the twin spin.
No mention is made of this tidbit on page 3. (That would be the loss of 22.600 private-sector jobs.)
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