Number of Private Employment in Wisconsin By County for the 1025 Education and health services Industry in January, 2020 (QCEW)
Updated on October 10, 2022.

In January 2020, the following were the rankings of the top 10 Wisconsin counties based on the number of Private employment they had for the 1025 Education and health services Industry:

  1. Milwaukee: 114,715
  2. Dane: 42,684
  3. Waukesha: 33,034
  4. Brown: 24,246
  5. La Crosse: 15,568
  6. Outagamie: 14,334
  7. Eau Claire: 12,536
  8. Racine: 11,458
  9. Winnebago: 11,203
  10. Rock: 10,500

The following were the rankings of the top 10 Wisconsin counties based on the number of Private jobs added to the 1025 Education and health services Industry in January 2020:

  1. Outagamie: 244
  2. Kenosha: 234
  3. Sauk: 99
  4. Washington: 99
  5. Calumet: 65
  6. Clark: 57
  7. Manitowoc: 55
  8. Marinette: 52
  9. Taylor: 52
  10. St. Croix: 50

In the two interactive visualizations and table below we show the number of Private employment, and the number of jobs added to the 1025 Education and health services Industry for each Wisconsin county in the January 2020. We also have similar information for the following sectors: Local Government, Federal Government, and State 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 the 1025 Education and health services Industry in January, 2020
Number of Private Jobs Added By Wisconsin Counties for the 1025 Education and health services Industry in January, 2020
Number of Private Employment in Wisconsin By County for the 1025 Education and health services Industry in January, 2020
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County Number of Employment Jobs Added
Adams 444 5
Ashland 1562 -62
Barron 3030 -53
Bayfield 290 -18
Brown 24246 -602
Buffalo 299 -13
Burnett 541 30
Calumet 1117 65
Chippewa 3394 -11
Clark 922 57
Columbia 3151 10
Crawford 904 10
Dane 42684 -342
Dodge 4506 -122
Door 1532 -49
Douglas 1880 -59
Dunn 2350 39
Eau Claire 12536 -232
Florence 58 0
Fond du Lac 6921 -417
Forest 170 6
Grant 2464 10
Green 2098 -57
Green Lake 835 -18
Iowa 1171 -8
Iron 290 1
Jackson 939 -5
Jefferson 3461 -56
Juneau 1152 7
Kenosha 10308 234
Kewaunee 406 12
La Crosse 15568 -296
Lafayette 153 -8
Langlade 887 -5
Lincoln 925 -13
Manitowoc 4326 55
Marathon 9646 -69
Marinette 2579 52
Marquette 307 -33
Menominee 46 3
Milwaukee 114715 -1144
Monroe 2236 23
Oconto 1222 -115
Oneida 2771 -31
Outagamie 14334 244
Ozaukee 7975 -603
Pepin 196 -11
Pierce 871 17
Polk 2617 -36
Portage 3484 -3
Price 750 -8
Racine 11458 -180
Richland 992 -10
Rock 10500 -153
Rusk 730 0
St. Croix 5117 50
Sauk 4085 99
Sawyer 1019 -20
Shawano 1692 26
Sheboygan 7643 13
Taylor 941 52
Trempealeau 1156 -13
Vernon 1740 -26
Vilas 644 -22
Walworth 4536 -2
Washburn 858 1
Washington 7305 99
Waukesha 33034 -460
Waupaca 2386 46
Waushara 684 8
Winnebago 11203 -153
Wood 9221 -450

Number of Private Employment by each Wisconsin county for the 1025 Education and health services Industry for other Months and Years.

Use the links below to see the number of Private employment for the 1025 Education and health services Industry 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 January 2020

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