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  • Unemployment, Part II – Econ Quiz
    they cannot find full time work are included A 9 2 percent B 11 1 percent C 13 8 percent D 15 2 percent C 13 8 percent According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the official unemployment rate U3 only includes those people who do not have a job have actively looked for a job in the last four weeks and are currently available for work The broader U6 includes discouraged workers and those people working part time because the can t find full time work Categorized Unemployment Tagged unemployment Post navigation Previous The Unemployed Preliminary data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the official seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in March in Wisconsin fell slightly from 6 9 to 6 8 percent What does the official unemployment rate include A All people eligible for unemployment benefits B All people who are unemployed regardless of whether they are eligible for unemployment benefits C All who have been unemployed for at least 4 weeks D All unemployed who are actively seeking work D All une Tags 2008 2009 agriculture bls brain drain business spending census data college degree commuting consumer spending dane county education employment family federal funds Federal Reserve Fortune 500 gas mileage gas prices GDP global economy grandparents holidays household economics imports income irs jobs madison migration oil online commerce per capita income recession seniors shift share small communities state economics taxes the one percent trade transportation unemployment Wal Mart workforce Search for Archives May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 Links Center for Community and Economic Development CCED Economic Snapshots For

    Original URL path: http://fyi.uwex.edu/econquiz/2012/05/11/unemployment-part-ii/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Community Leadership Alliance (CLA) | 
    building skills and learn more about Southwestern Wisconsin its heritage as well as its growth and its future You ll gain skills to access and provide for the needs of your community You ll discover where there are opportunities for your involvement and leadership You ll become a more valuable resource to your employer your community and to Southwest Wisconsin Strengthen leadership and community networks in Southwest Wisconsin Strengthen develop individual decision making and leadership skills Develop an increased understanding of community issues affecting Southwest Wisconsin Encourage the emergence of community leadership Participants meet the last Wednesday of each month from January through June at sites throughout Southwest Wisconsin CLA is sponsored by the Platteville Area Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the UW Extension Community Resource Development in Grant Lafayette and Iowa Counties and UW Platteville Continuing Education Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world indeed it is the only thing that ever has Margaret Mead CLA Alumni CLA Alumni Leadership Resources What Leaders Read How To Volunteer Wisely Links For Leaders Class Information 2016 Class Information Schedule Like CLA On Facebook Connect With Us swwi cla gmail com Kristin Holman Steffel

    Original URL path: http://fyi.uwex.edu/leadership/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Leadership Waupaca County – A UW-Extension program dedicated to developing civic-minded leaders and public officials committed to the future of Waupaca County Communities
    Cathy Sandeen Below is a link to a well written summary of Chancellor Sandeen s talk at the May 7 Leadership Night event so if you were not able to make it you can take a look and take in some of the details of the next Leadership Waupaca County course Tips for being a leader by Jane Myhra for Read More Leadership Waupaca County Kicks off Application Period at Leadership Night July 31 Deadline On May 7 community leaders and those interested in leadership attended Leadership Night Waupaca County Community Development Educator Jessica Beckendorf uwexjess LinkedIn shared local trends affecting leaders and guest speaker UW Colleges UW Extension Chancellor Cathy Sandeen shared her reflections on leadership based on her extension experience at several University of California campuses and Extension and her experience Read More Leadership Waupaca County Announces Leadership Night May 7 2015 Join us for Leadership Night May 7 The Waupaca County UW Extension office and Leadership Waupaca County are pleased to invite you to Leadership Night a special event created to highlight the importance of making the choice to lead The event will be May 7 2015 from 5 00 7 00pm at the Manawa Masonic Center Attendees will have the Read More Recent News LWC Application Deadline Approaching July 30 2015 Anybody can be a Leader Chancellor Cathy Sandeen June 1 2015 Leadership Waupaca County Kicks off Application Period at Leadership Night July 31 Deadline May 12 2015 Leadership Waupaca County Announces Leadership Night May 7 2015 April 27 2015 Search Search for Topics Application Information Featured Leadership Events Leadership Waupaca County Special Events University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming including Title IX and Americans with Disabilities ADA requirements Connect with Us University

    Original URL path: http://fyi.uwex.edu/leadershipwaupacaco/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Southwest WI Broadband Re-Boot  | Cooperative Extension
    transforming lives and communities Sorry no posts matched your criteria University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We teach learn lead and serve connecting people with the University of Wisconsin and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities Explore Extension The Learning Store Publications for your life organizations and communities For Your Information 4 H and Youth Business and Economic Development Community and Government Educational Resources Environment and Natural

    Original URL path: http://fyi.uwex.edu/southwestwibroadband/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Thinking Forward – conversation about creating the communities in which we want to live
    Lakes Region Climate change is already impacting the US Midwest with higher average temperatures more frequent heavy downpours decreased Great Lakes ice cover and more frequent heat waves Projected future climate changes in the Read More Wisconsin communities tell their stories More than 25 Wisconsin communities have declared themselves to be ecomunicipalities embracing sustainability principles intended to guide them to make decisions which build community provide for people s needs and at the same time safeguard the natural systems on which we depend At the level of city county and region people have come together to talk about the Read More Hey that s MY money Ekobanken grew from a foundation doing what foundations do granting funds for organizations to do good in society It also grew from questions Is there a difference between money that is earned or borrowed or given What more good can be done Loans create the future What kind of future do we want Read More Closing the loop Sometimes I grow fond of the most peculiar things When I got back to Wisconsin last August I missed quite a few things about Sweden But one thing I was reminded of every day toilet paper Read More DYNAMO Communities During the introductory session of the Sustainable Sweden Tour last August Torbjörn Lahti shared a perspective for framing different roles municipalities play authority service agency dynamo Read More Whose job is it anyway It s funny how things bump into each other Conversations I ve had recently took me back to Hällefors Sweden A number of these conversations were sparked by a newspaper article in the Wausau Daily Herald It was not only the content of the article that started some grumbling also that the newspaper reported on an event that they created Read More Post

    Original URL path: http://fyi.uwex.edu/thinkingforward/ (2016-02-18)
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  • LWC Application Deadline Approaching – Leadership Waupaca County
    applications Good luck to everyone that applied I am looking forward to meeting the next class Sharing is Caring Click Below to Share Categorized Application Information Leadership Waupaca County Tagged Clintonville Fremont Iola leaders leadership leadership development Manawa Marion New London professional development Scandinavia Waupaca Waupaca County Weyauwega Wisconsin Post navigation Previous Anybody can be a Leader Chancellor Cathy Sandeen Below is a link to a well written summary of Chancellor Sandeen s talk at the May 7 Leadership Night event so if you were not able to make it you can take a look and take in some of the details of the next Leadership Waupaca County course Tips for being a leader by Jane Myhra for Waupaca County News Recent News LWC Application Deadline Approaching July 30 2015 Anybody can be a Leader Chancellor Cathy Sandeen June 1 2015 Leadership Waupaca County Kicks off Application Period at Leadership Night July 31 Deadline May 12 2015 Leadership Waupaca County Announces Leadership Night May 7 2015 April 27 2015 Search Search for Topics Application Information Featured Leadership Events Leadership Waupaca County Special Events University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO AA employer University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment

    Original URL path: http://fyi.uwex.edu/leadershipwaupacaco/2015/07/30/lwc-application-deadline-approaching/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Community Leadership Alliance (CLA) |  2016 Class Information / Schedule
    January 27 8 00am 3 30pm Community Leadership Real Colors Iowa County Health Human Services Building 303 West Chapel Street Dodgeville February 24 8 00am 3 30pm Emotional Intelligence Team Building Markee Pioneer Student Center UW Platteville 1 University Plaza Platteville Williams Fieldhouse U W Platteville 350 Jay Street Platteville Bring your Parking Pass Emotional Intelligence profile Wear comfortable clothes and bring clean tennis shoes March 30 8 00am 3 30pm StrengthsFinder 2 0 Gnarly Oak Restaurant 15750 Old Q Rd Blanchardville Bring your StrengthsFinder 2 0 profile April 27 8 00am 3 30pm Diversity Southwest Tech Rooms 492 493 1800 Bronson Blvd Fennimore May 25 8 00am 3 30pm Community Organizing Pioneer Farm 29200 College Farm Rd Platteville June 29 8 00am 3 30pm Running Effective Meetings Graduation Folklore Village 3210 Co Rd BB Dodgeville CLA Alumni CLA Alumni Leadership Resources What Leaders Read How To Volunteer Wisely Links For Leaders Class Information 2016 Class Information Schedule Like CLA On Facebook Connect With Us swwi cla gmail com Kristin Holman Steffel CLA Coordinator 608 778 1807 608 348 8888 Paul Ohlrogge UW Extension Iowa County 608 930 9850 University of Wisconsin Extension Cooperative Extension Home We teach learn lead

    Original URL path: http://fyi.uwex.edu/leadership/registration/2015-class-schedule/ (2016-02-18)
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  • An evolving role for the public library – Thinking Forward
    yet only 9 percent say they have the high capacity connections needed to support the computers Wi Fi and technological training necessary for an increasingly paperless world The New York Times highlighted this discussion in a recent article When people can t apply for jobs or access government services because they don t have access from home public libraries must be there for them said Linda Lord a librarian in Maine Where else are they going to go Police station Town hall I don t think so Categorized broadband Community participation Post navigation Previous How broad is the gap in broadband I recently received notice of an interesting article through my colleagues at LinkWISCONSIN a statewide initiative to promote the availability and sustainable adoption of broadband internet access through the Wisconsin Public Service Commission The article highlights a system in Chattanooga Tennessee against the backdrop of our situation in Wisconsin around internet access http bit ly z8Lm8N I can only imagine search my blog Search for categories categories Select Category Agribusiness 1 broadband 3 Business 4 climate change adaption 2 community development 10 Community participation 5 Natural resources 4 Public policy 7 Systems view 1 pages About recent posts An evolving role for the public library How broad is the gap in broadband Connecting communities A role for agriculture in addressing climate change Adapting to climate change upcoming workshop recent comments Annie on Hey that s MY money Mary on Hey that s MY money joshua clements on Closing the loop keywords banking broadband business community conversation community development competence connectivity cool communities creativity culture democracy ecological ecomunicipality geography government health care human needs internet leadership Natural resources products public policy steel mill sustainable community Sweden systems thinking The Natural Step waste Wisconsin youth University of Wisconsin Extension An EEO

    Original URL path: http://fyi.uwex.edu/thinkingforward/2014/04/21/an-evolving-role-for-the-public-library/ (2016-02-18)
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