Jobs

The Wisconsin Small Business Development Center network works with businesses that build the economy through business expansion and new companies. Research from the Edward Lowe Foundation published on the YourEconomy.org website demonstrates the incredible economic impact potential of companies in what we call the SBDC CoreEconomy. Our mission is to provide the education, referrals sophisticated tools and resources these businesses need to evolve while delivering value to our stakeholders. 

 

Statewide, more jobs exist in the SBDC CoreEconomy than in the MacroEconomy. The Wisconsin SBDC Network helps CoreEconomy companies grow. Our clients created 787 jobs in 2013 and saved another 584 for a total impact of 1,371 jobs.

 

What is the SBDC CoreEconomy?

  • Wisconsin-based companies with fewer than 100 employees
  • Excludes healthcare, government, military, education and non-profit businesses

What is the MacroEconomy? 

  • Wisconsin-based companies with 100 or more employees including all healthcare, government, military, education and non-profit businesses
  • All companies, big or small, reporting to headquarters outside of Wisconsin including national chains

  

 Jobs Profile graphs details in text below

US Congressional District 1

Total: 331,859   Core: 175,524 (53%)    Macro: 156,335 (47%)

 

US Congressional District 2

Total: 543,286   Core: 288,996 (42%)    Macro: 314,290 (58%)

 

US Congressional District 3

Total: 439,629   Core: 204,362 (42%)   Macro: 235,267 (54%)

 

US Congressional District 4

Total: 388,178   Core: 165,257 (43%)   Macro: 222,921 (57%)

 

US Congressional District 5

Total: 494,525   Core: 232,328 (47%)   Macro: 262, 197 (53%)

 

US Congressional District 6

Total: 398,284   Core:199,883 (50%)   Macro: 198,401 (50%)

 

US Congressional District 7

Total: 418,321   Core: 220,668 (53%)   Macro: 197,653 (47%)

 

US Congressional District 8

Total: 431,340   Core: 213,490 (49%)   Macro: 217,850 (51%)