Milwaukee is Wisconsin’s largest city, having a metro population of 1,566,487 people. The current median household income for Milwaukee is $68,449. Milwaukee sits along Lake Michigan, where the Menomonee, Kinnickinnic, and Milwaukee rivers converge. Milwaukee is an ethnically and culturally diverse city that offers lots of ethnic food eateries and grocers and many cultural festivals. Because Milwaukee is on Lake Michigan, boating and kayaking are popular pastimes. Most people think of Milwaukee as America’s brewing capital. German immigrants who settled in the city in the 1840s brought their beer-making talents with them, and started many of the biggest breweries in existence in the country today, including Miller Brewing Company, Milwaukee Brewing Company, and MillerCoors. Microbreweries and craft brewers are also plentiful in Milwaukee. The greater Milwaukee metro area is home and host to several large employers, including Harley-Davidson, Manpower, Johnson Controls, Rockwell Automation, Northwestern Mutual, WEC Energy Group, Milwaukee Electric Tool, Master Lock, Sensient Technologies and many others!