Copyright 2001 by the Wyoming Department of Employment, Research & Planning

Table 3: Quarterly Wages for Women Aged 25 to 34 by Industry and Educational Attainment, 2000
                     
  No Known College Community College 1996-1998 Graduates
     
  Avg. Wage Qtrs. Number Percent of Total Number Qtrs/SSN Avg. Wage Qtrs. Number Percent of Total Number Qtrs/SSN
     
Agriculture $3,460 38 10 1.0 3.8 $2,700 35 11 1.8 3.2
Mining 6,227 57 15 1.5 3.8 7,513 60 18 2.9 3.3
Construction 4,651 64 17 1.6 3.8 4,841 35 11 1.8 3.2
Manufacturing 4,743 102 28 2.7 3.6 3,981 55 20 3.2 2.8
TCPU* 5,416 140 42 4.1 3.3 5,288 49 14 2.3 3.5
Wholesale Trade 4,317 113 30 2.9 3.8 5,470 54 15 2.4 3.6
Retail Trade 3,092 1,168 306 29.7 3.8 2,686 331 104 16.8 3.2
FIRE** 4,570 415 106 10.3 3.9 3,926 107 34 5.5 3.1
Services 3,770 1,168 309 29.9 3.8 5,240 914 263 42.4 3.5
Government 4,572 647 169 16.4 3.8 4,092 425 130 21.0 3.3
     
Total $3,932 3,912 1,032 100.0 3.8 $4,516 2,065 620 100.0 3.3
                     
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  Avg. Wage Qtrs. Number Percent of Total Number Qtrs/SSN Avg. Wage Qtrs. Number Percent of Total Number Qtrs/SSN
     
Agriculture *** *** ***   *** *** ***
Mining *** *** ***   $11,390 18 5 2.2 3.6
Construction *** *** ***   *** *** ***
Manufacturing $8,856 15 4 1.6 3.8 6,474 34 10 4.4 3.4
TCPU* 6,648 16 5 2.0 3.2 10,371 16 4 1.8 4.0
Wholesale Trade *** *** ***   5,238 17 5 2.2 3.4
Retail Trade 5,710 80 24 9.5 3.3 4,531 124 31 13.7 4.0
FIRE** 6,281 52 15 5.9 3.5 5,891 45 12 5.3 3.8
Services 5,462 270 89 35.2 3.0 5,437 298 79 34.8 3.8
Government 5,296 376 110 43.5 3.4 6,485 279 75 33.0 3.7
     
Total $5,394 831 253 100.0 3.3 $5,900 853 227 100.0 3.8
* Transportation, Communications, & Public Utilities.
** Finance, Insurance, & Real Estate.
*** Suppressed for confidentiality.
Note: Qtrs/SSN represents the average number of quarters each individual worked in 2000.

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