Not to mention the poverty level.
Foxconn package cost Wisconsin eight times as much per job as similar 2017 state jobs deals. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 2/5/2018)
The other 18 companies with 2017 deals to create jobs — not retain them — are set to receive an average of $26,300 in tax credits per job from the state. The closest deal to Foxconn was with convenience store chain Kwik Trip, which is getting $63,800 per job to expand its La Crosse headquarters.
The top portion of a flyer delivered with yesterday's mail.
Which begs the question, what are the wage rates that apply elsewhere?