Wisconsin
the state with the second-highest rate of workers employed in production occupations — 1.88X the national rate

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Additional Information:

As of May 2018, 337,370 workers were employed in production occupations in Wisconsin, such as machinists, food processing workers, bakers, and sewing machine operators. Indiana has the highest rate of workers employed in production occupations — 2.02 times the national rate.

Additional Reference: Bureau of Labor Statistics analysis, "Occupational Employment Statistics" map

Reference: For more information, read the Bureau of Labor Statistics analysis, "Occupational Employment Statistics chart." "Occupational Employment Statistics chart."

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