Copyright 2004 by the Wyoming Department of Employment, Research & Planning
WYOMING LABOR FORCE TRENDS
Vol. 41 No. 10

Table 3: Wyoming Average Monthly Employment, Total Payroll, and Average Weekly Wage for First Quarter by Industry, 2003 and 2004
Average Monthly Employment Total Payroll Average Weekly Wage
     
First Quarter Change First Quarter Change First Quarter Change
Industry Title and NAICSa Sector 2003 2004 No. % 2003 2004 Amt. % 2003 2004 Amt. %
                         
Total, All Industries 230,429 237,520 7,091 3.1 $1,678,259,943 $1,798,842,050 $120,582,107 7.2 $560 $583 $22 4.0
     
Total Private (11-99) 171,747 177,118 5,371 3.1 $1,221,749,681 $1,322,616,504 $100,866,823 8.3 $547 $574 $27 5.0
Agriculture (11) 1,984 2,077 93 4.7 $10,661,608 $11,860,830 $1,199,222 11.2 $413 $439 $26 6.3
Mining (21) 17,278 19,071 1,792 10.4 $248,007,450 $282,522,492 $34,515,042 13.9 $1,104 $1,140 $35 3.2
Utilities (22) 2,088 2,161 72 3.5 $28,335,010 $31,194,697 $2,859,687 10.1 $1,044 $1,111 $67 6.4
Construction (23) 16,464 16,801 337 2.0 $127,097,174 $132,792,855 $5,695,681 4.5 $594 $608 $14 2.4
Manufacturing (31-33) 8,934 9,100 166 1.9 $84,901,816 $87,350,273 $2,448,457 2.9 $731 $738 $7 1.0
Wholesale Trade (42) 6,864 7,154 290 4.2 $65,266,190 $70,355,010 $5,088,820 7.8 $731 $757 $25 3.4
Retail Trade (44-45) 28,475 28,772 296 1.0 $140,059,851 $144,100,717 $4,040,866 2.9 $378 $385 $7 1.8
Transportation & Warehousing (48-49) 6,829 7,114 285 4.2 $53,174,685 $55,848,358 $2,673,673 5.0 $599 $604 $5 0.8
Information (51) 4,154 4,269 115 2.8 $28,912,363 $32,514,506 $3,602,143 12.5 $535 $586 $50 9.4
Finance & Insurance (52) 6,567 6,836 269 4.1 $67,536,200 $66,710,427 -$825,773 -1.2 $791 $751 -$40 -5.1
Real Estate & Rental & Leasing (53) 3,218 3,422 204 6.3 $19,710,534 $21,682,303 $1,971,769 10.0 $471 $487 $16 3.4
Professional & Technical Services (54) 7,361 7,547 186 2.5 $58,985,860 $63,253,567 $4,267,707 7.2 $616 $645 $28 4.6
Mgmt. of Companies & Enterprises (55) 505 713 208 41.3 $6,525,667 $19,267,187 $12,741,520b 195.3 $994 $2,078 $1,084 109.0
Administrative & Waste Services (56) 6,520 6,053 -467c -7.2 $33,190,231 $33,304,463 $114,232 0.3 $392 $423 $32 8.1
Educational Services (61) 1,093 1,233 140 12.8 $5,435,501 $6,296,297 $860,796 15.8 $382 $393 $10 2.7
Health Care & Social Assistance (62) 18,495 19,109 614d 3.3 $124,588,344 $133,925,132 $9,336,788 7.5 $518 $539 $21 4.0
Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation (71) 2,109 2,245 136 6.4 $8,851,707 $8,865,032 $13,325 0.2 $323 $304 -$19 -5.9
Accommodation & Food Services (72) 25,456 26,127 671 2.6 $72,989,640 $82,397,594 $9,407,954 12.9 $221 $243 $22 10.0
Other Services (81) 7,351 7,314 -36 -0.5 $37,519,850 $38,374,764 $854,914 2.3 $393 $404 $11 2.8
     
Total Government 58,683 60,403 1,720 2.9 $456,510,262 $476,225,546 $19,715,284 4.3 $598 $606 $8 1.3
Federal Government 7,115 7,118 3 0.0 $78,793,240 $86,023,556 $7,230,316 9.2 852 930 78 9.1
State Government 12,587 14,113 1,527e 12.1 $113,146,647 $117,671,164 $4,524,517 4.0 691 641 -50 -7.3
Local Government 38,981 39,171 190f 0.5 $264,570,375 $272,530,826 $7,960,451 3.0 522 535 13 2.5
aNorth American Industry Classification System.
bOne CEO paid in excess of $4.6 million. Noneconomic code change employment increase of 166 from Mining (21) and Construction (23).
cDecrease mostly due to various large employers' code changes from administrative & support services (561) to various subsectors.
dIncrease partially due to large employer code change from administrative & support services (561) to social assistance (624). Large employer ownership change in
nursing & residential care facilities (623) from private ownership to local government ownership.
eIncrease of approximately 1,500 employees and $2 million due to new payroll system in place first quarter 2004.
fIncrease due to large employer ownership change in nursing & residential care facilities (623) from private ownership to local government ownership.


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