That's an average loss of 348,000 jobs per month. May's job growth pushed total non-farm employment to 138.46 million, surpassing the 138.37 million jobs at the previous peak in January 2008, the Labor Department said. From that point, the nation lost 8.7 million jobs until the labor market began slowly to grow again in February 2010.
Source; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
In 2010, Wisconsin (5,686,986) comprised 1.7% of the U.S. population (308,745,658).
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