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Wisconsin Vocational and Technical Schools

Wisconsin vocational school graduates may benefit from the state's rich economic heritage. Once an agricultural state, Wisconsin's economy shifted toward industrial production in the late 19th century and has since diversified into medical and education service industries.

Today, the main industries are manufacturing, agriculture, and healthcare. Food processing is an important part of Wisconsin's manufacturing sector which is concentrated in the Milwaukee area. Trade school graduates heading for automotive, machinist, and welding careers may find the good career opportunities in Milwaukee, the home of Harley-Davidson.

High tech, business, and healthcare grads may prefer Madison, Wisconsin. Madison is a student-oriented city, revitalized throughout the 1990s by the influx of high tech companies. Madison has also ranked several times as one of Forbes' top ten 'Best Places for Business and Careers.' Wisconsin's major cities may offer a mix of real-world job opportunities and a fun, student-friendly environment, so it's no wonder many trade school students get their career training here.

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