Number of Private Employment in Wisconsin By County for All Industries in March, 2020 (QCEW)
Updated on October 9, 2022.

In March 2020, the following were the rankings of the top 10 Wisconsin counties based on the number of Private employment they had for All Industries:

  1. Milwaukee: 423,852
  2. Dane: 266,632
  3. Waukesha: 224,647
  4. Brown: 138,281
  5. Outagamie: 96,556
  6. Winnebago: 81,267
  7. Racine: 63,960
  8. Marathon: 63,218
  9. La Crosse: 60,554
  10. Rock: 58,361

The following were the rankings of the top 10 Wisconsin counties based on the number of Private jobs added to All Industries in March 2020:

  1. Manitowoc: 250
  2. Dodge: 186
  3. Monroe: 141
  4. Wood: 140
  5. Clark: 79
  6. St. Croix: 78
  7. Pepin: 74
  8. Kewaunee: 72
  9. Iowa: 67
  10. Chippewa: 63

In the two interactive visualizations and table below we show the number of Private employment, and the number of jobs added to All Industries for each Wisconsin county in the March 2020. We also have similar information for the following sectors: Total Covered, Federal Government, State Government, and Local Government.

You can see this same information for other states, and for the United States by state as well.

See links at the bottom of this page for similar data for other months. You can also see the monthly links for many other years, as well as similar data for many more industries here.

Number of Private Employment in Wisconsin By County for All Industries in March, 2020
Number of Private Jobs Added By Wisconsin Counties for All Industries in March, 2020
Number of Private Employment in Wisconsin By County for All Industries in March, 2020
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County Number of Employment Jobs Added
Adams 3075 -45
Ashland 5906 -56
Barron 17854 -3
Bayfield 2170 -43
Brown 138281 -485
Buffalo 2904 -21
Burnett 2970 33
Calumet 13293 30
Chippewa 20684 63
Clark 8807 79
Columbia 18319 -67
Crawford 5798 49
Dane 266632 -1798
Dodge 29603 186
Door 10374 -71
Douglas 12704 -146
Dunn 14229 -79
Eau Claire 51194 49
Florence 708 13
Fond du Lac 40725 -189
Forest 1270 -34
Grant 13476 -52
Green 12934 8
Green Lake 4296 36
Iowa 8554 67
Iron 1235 -28
Jackson 5717 61
Jefferson 28537 -173
Juneau 6664 -10
Kenosha 57823 -312
Kewaunee 5410 72
La Crosse 60554 -77
Lafayette 3109 -26
Langlade 6260 36
Lincoln 8362 -11
Manitowoc 29379 250
Marathon 63218 44
Marinette 15961 10
Marquette 3129 38
Menominee 137 7
Milwaukee 423852 -1600
Monroe 15536 141
Oconto 6665 -3
Oneida 13116 -7
Outagamie 96556 -594
Ozaukee 38129 -422
Pepin 1675 74
Pierce 6914 -21
Polk 13088 -157
Portage 29083 -155
Price 4096 -11
Racine 63960 -46
Richland 4733 15
Rock 58361 11
Rusk 3998 -24
St. Croix 29251 78
Sauk 30323 -42
Sawyer 4577 -82
Shawano 9390 54
Sheboygan 53743 -97
Taylor 6903 -9
Trempealeau 11304 58
Vernon 6652 -50
Vilas 5418 -81
Walworth 33902 -329
Washburn 4376 25
Washington 50899 -379
Waukesha 224647 -1155
Waupaca 15307 -184
Waushara 4388 -82
Winnebago 81267 -236
Wood 32997 140

Number of Private Employment by each Wisconsin county for All Industries for other Months and Years.

Use the links below to see the number of Private employment for All Industries for other months and years. You can also see the monthly links for many years at this link.
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Wisconsin Number of Private Employment By County for Other Industries in March 2020

Use the links below to the number of Private employment for each Wisconsin county in March 2020 for the following selected industries. You can also see this information for many more industries at this link.