The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development reported Thursday that the unemployment rate of 3.2-percent in November is down slightly from October.
The national unemployment rate in November was 4.1-percent.
The number of private-sector jobs increased by 2,800 between October and November.
Governor Walker has said finding workers for available jobs across the state is a top priority. He is asking the legislature to approve a nearly $7 million marketing campaign targeting young workers in Chicago, Detroit, and the Twin Cities.