To create those jobs over a two-year period, some $203 million in taxpayer money went out the door in grants, loans and bonding authority.
So there you have it. The number of new jobs WEDC can credibly document is not 250,000; it is not 50,000; it is not 37,000. Walker’s official jobs database can document only 5,840 “actual” jobs reported to be created by firms for FY 2012 and FY 2013. Note that these are jobs created through the efforts of WEDC, and the numbers are separate from the state’s job numbers reported monthly and quarterly by the federal government.
How many Jobs has decimating the Unions and Killing the Labor movement created in Wisconson…. it’s a lot less than 50,000 Tories take note. These policies are full of failure