MADISON, Wis (WSAU-Wheeler News) Madison is the nation's fourth-best city for an employee to work in a small business. That's according to a survey by Wallet Hub. Milwaukee was ranked 62nd of 100 metro areas surveyed.
The Wallet Hub Web site evaluated small businesses from the worker's point of view. The criteria included the average wages for new hires, the numbers of hours worked, the variety of small companies in a metro area, and net job growth from those firms.
The survey showed that Minneapolis was the country's most attractive place for job seekers in small firms. The Chicago metro, which includes Kenosha County, is ranked 24th.