FoodShare Employment and Training (FSET) Program Year 2 Data

Year 2 Report

FSET ReportFSET Year 2 Publication Cover

This report includes statewide data from April 1, 2016, through March 31, 2017.

September 1, 2017: FSET Program Year 2 Report (PDF)

News release: Wisconsin Works for Everyone: Thousands of Wisconsin Residents Gain Employment Through the FoodShare Employment and Training (FSET) Program

This report provides an overview of the FSET program for Year 2, including highlights of the regional successes during the second year of implementation of the regional administrative model and the federal work requirement for able-bodied adults without dependents.

Several participant success stories are included in the report that demonstrates how the FSET program is helping participants to make better lives for themselves. The FSET program not only helps participants, but when employers fill positions this brings economic prosperity and a better quality of life for everyone in Wisconsin.

 

Statewide Data

Chart of Average Hourly Wage for FSET Program Participants

Chart of Average Weekly Hours for FSET Program Participants

Chart of FSET Program Participants Who Have Gained employment

Chart of Reported New Employments

Chart of FoodShare Members Newly Enrolled in the FSET Program

Chart of FoodShare Members Newly Enrolled in the FSET Program

Chart of FoodShare Members Newly Referred to the FSET Program

Chart of Newly Referred vs Newly Enrolled in the FSET Program

Chart of Time-Limited Benefits

 

Regional Data

Wisconsin Map of FoodShare Employment and Training (FSET) Program Regions and Service Providers

Chart of Regional Average Hourly Wage for FSET Program Participants

Chart of Regional Average Weekly Hours for FSET Program Participants

FSET Regions: FSET Program Participants Who Have Gained Employment

The number of FSET participants who have gained employment
Year 2: April 1 - March 31, 2017

Regional Gained Employment FSET Year 2

FSET Regions: Reported New Employments

The number of new employments by FSET participants including employments for adults who need to meet the work requirement and for other voluntary participants (more than one job may be reported by a participant)
Year 2: April 1 - March 31, 2017

Regional New Employments FSET Year 2

FSET Regions: FoodShare Members Newly Enrolled in the FSET Program

The number of new enrollments received by month, including adults who need to meet the work requirement and other voluntary participants
Year 2: April 1 - March 31, 2017

Regional Enrollments FSET Year 2

FSET Regions: FoodShare Members Newly Referred to the FSET Program

The number of new referrals received by month, including adults who need to meet the work requirement and other voluntary participants
Year 2: April 1 - March 31, 2017

Regional Referrals FSET Year 2

FSET Regions: Time-Limited Benefits

FoodShare Members who used up three months of time-limited benefits and lost eligibility
Year 2: April 1 - March 31, 2017

Regional Time-limited Benefits FSET Year 2

 

Last Revised: September 1, 2017