Forbes Magazine says Wisconsin is the 33rd best state for business. The publication announced its annual rankings this week, with the Badger State dropping six places from last year. Forbes says the results have been mixed in Wisconsin since Governor Scott Walker declared the state “Open for Business” in 2011. The job outlook remains among the bottom 20 states, but it’s much improved from six years ago when it was second worst. That could still rise as the construction of Foxconn begins next year and is due to open in 2022. Forbes also says Wisconsin was the only state to drop in each of its six categories of business success, now ranking ninth in quality of life, 19th for its economic climate, 24th for its regulatory environment, 32nd in growth prospects, 38th in business costs, and 39th for its supply of labor.