Survey: Milwaukee 3rd Best Place To Find Job

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MILWAUKEE - A study released by Manpower on Tuesday morning says that Milwaukee is expected to be one of the best places in the U.S. to get a job in 2011.

Manpower surveyed 100 cities nationwide.  It found that Milwaukee ranks third for job prospects come January 1st.

The company's study also suggests that nationally, the labor market is ready to shift to a higher gear in 2011.

Job prospects appear to be best in durable goods manufacturing, transportation and utilities, professional and business services and education and health services.

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Click here to read the Manpower survey results for Milwaukee

The study looked at employer expectations over a three-month period, January to March 2011.

Baton Rouge ranked first, while Seattle placed second.

Manpower expects 14% of Milwaukee area employers to add staff.

This comes as Governor-elect Scott Walker pledged to help create 250,000 jobs in Wisconsin in the next few years.

Walker announced plans to transform Wisconsin's commerce department into a new state agency that partners with private businesses to focus solely on economic development.