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Capitol Newsletter: Moving on - migrating from Wisconsin
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You might make more money doing your job in another state. Last year Wisconsin ranked 29th in average pay, and trailed the national median average for income in 16 of 22 major occupational groups, according to the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance which cited data from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. "The wage gap was as high as 14 percent among 10 high-paying occupations which require a college degree," the WTA reported.

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