While there may be plenty of signs of economic trouble in other areas, Wisconsin’s job market showed few if any signs of weakening in the latest data released by the state Department of Workforce Development.

Wisconsin’s unemployment rate remained at a historic low of 2.8% in April, the state added 3,100 private sector jobs, and the labor force participation rate remained at 66.5%.

Job gains may not have been particularly robust, but the state has been facing a tight labor market that favors workers and job seekers.

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