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The Springbrook, WI Job Market
Exploring for jobs in Springbrook, WI? Springbrook, WI has a population of approximately 500, derived from 2010 official information. The median household earnings level of the city of Springbrook, WI is approximately $45,000, as documented by BLS data sources as of around 2013 Springbrook's cost of living, as of 2013, was somewhere around 94 out of 100, and is also lower when compared with the country's average.
Recently since 2014, Springbrook had a rate of unemployment just about 6.6%. That is higher than the nationwide average unemployment level, as recent as late 2015. This could be beneficial checking into if you find yourself trying to find employment inside the city, live in another place and searching in nearby towns and cities, or if you are hoping for towns and cities worth relocating to, that also have reasonable job selections.