Wisconsin has lost 13,000 “good jobs” held by non-college graduates over the last quarter-century, though it has fared better than some of its Rust Belt neighbors, according to a new Georgetown University study.

That’s because while good-paying manufacturing jobs that have historically been available to high school graduates declined, they have been largely replaced by good-paying skilled-services jobs that also don’t require a bachelor’s degree in areas such as financial services and health care.

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