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==Current officeholder==
 
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The current officeholder is [[Reggie Newson]]. He was appointed by [[Governor of Wisconsin|Gov.]] [[Scott Walker]] on October 24, 2011, immediately following the resignation of former officeholder [[Scott Baumbach]].
 
The current officeholder is [[Reggie Newson]]. He was appointed by [[Governor of Wisconsin|Gov.]] [[Scott Walker]] on October 24, 2011, immediately following the resignation of former officeholder [[Scott Baumbach]].
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The creation of the Department of Workforce Development is designated in Wisconsin Statutes.
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==Compensation==
 
==Compensation==

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The Wisconsin Secretary of Workforce Development is a state executive position in the Wisconsin state government.

Current officeholder

The current officeholder is Reggie Newson. He was appointed by Gov. Scott Walker on October 24, 2011, immediately following the resignation of former officeholder Scott Baumbach.

Authority

The creation of the Department of Workforce Development is designated in Wisconsin Statutes.

Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 15.22, Department of workforce development; creation

There is created a department of workforce development under the direction and supervision of the secretary of workforce development.

Compensation

In 2010, the Wisconsin Secretary of Workforce Development was paid an estimated $106,031 according to the Council of State Governments.[1]

See also

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