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"Labor Market Information (LMI) is an applied science; it is the systematic collection and analysis of data which describes and predicts the relationship between labor demand and supply." The States' Labor Market Information Review, ICESA, 1995, p. 7.

2020 Wyoming Workforce Annual Report

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Growing and Declining Industries for Wyoming

Updated January 29, 2021, for third quarter 2020 (2020Q3).




Declining Industries in Wyoming, 2020Q3

Table 2: Declining Industries Report for Wyoming, Third Quarter 2020a
Employment (Current Quarter) Employment (Prior Quarter) Growing Industries
Over-the-Year Change   Over-the-Year Change  
Subsector (3-Digit NAICS)b Sector (2-Digit NAICS) 2020Q3 2019Q3 N % 2020Q2 2019Q2 N % Average % Changec Average Weekly Waged
Oil & gas extraction (211) Mining (21) 2,711 2,894 -183 -6.3 2,762 2,959 -197 -6.7 -6.5 $1,964
Support activities for mining (213) Mining (21) 4,674 10,128 -5,454 -53.9 5,994 9,988 -3,994 -40.0 -46.9 $1,280
Heavy & civil engineering construction (237) Construction (23) 6,418 8,487 -2,069 -24.4 6,274 7,269 -995 -13.7 -19.0 $1,386
Printing & related support activities (323) Manufacturing (31-33) 200 232 -32 -13.8 205 228 -23 -10.1 -11.9 $608
Chemical manufacturing (325) Manufacturing (31-33) 1,588 1,710 -122 -7.1 1,646 1,743 -97 -5.6 -6.3 $2,062
Fabricated metal product manufacturing (332) Manufacturing (31-33) 1,557 1,671 -114 -6.8 1,569 1,675 -106 -6.3 -6.6 $1,073
Machinery manufacturing (333) Manufacturing (31-33) 593 742 -149 -20.1 570 723 -153 -21.2 -20.6 $1,081
Computer & electronic product manufacturing (334) Manufacturing (31-33) 198 354 -156 -44.1 247 343 -96 -28.0 -36.0 $1,161
Furniture & related product manufacturing (337) Manufacturing (31-33) 170 186 -16 -8.6 177 196 -19 -9.7 -9.1 $596
Miscellaneous manufacturing (339) Manufacturing (31-33) 127 138 -11 -8.0 124 138 -14 -10.1 -9.1 $725
Merchant wholesalers, durable goods (423) Wholesale Trade (42) 4,582 5,354 -772 -14.4 4,868 5,344 -476 -8.9 -11.7 $1,212
Merchant wholesalers, nondurable goods (424) Wholesale Trade (42) 2,723 3,005 -282 -9.4 2,786 3,025 -239 -7.9 -8.6 $1,049
Electronic markets & agents & brokers (425) Wholesale Trade (42) 106 129 -23 -17.8 115 133 -18 -13.5 -15.7 $1,552
Furniture & home furnishings stores (442) Retai Trade (44-45) 651 691 -40 -5.8 600 695 -95 -13.7 -9.7 $727
Clothing & clothing accessories stores (448) Retai Trade (44-45) 1,175 1,359 -184 -13.5 802 1,201 -399 -33.2 -23.4 $487
Sporting goods, hobby, book & music stores (451) Retai Trade (44-45) 1,419 1,495 -76 -5.1 1,139 1,367 -228 -16.7 -10.9 $413
Miscellaneous store retailers (453) Retai Trade (44-45) 1,435 1,633 -198 -12.1 1,315 1,587 -272 -17.1 -14.6 $515
Air transportation (481) Transportation & Warehousing (48-49) 305 483 -178 -36.9 279 456 -177 -38.8 -37.8 $1,340
Truck transportation (484) Transportation & Warehousing (48-49) 3,481 4,167 -686 -16.5 3,564 4,095 -531 -13.0 -14.7 $1,059
Transit & ground passenger transportation (485) Transportation & Warehousing (48-49) 393 578 -185 -32.0 399 556 -157 -28.2 -30.1 $489
Publishing industries, except Internet (511) Information (51) 627 812 -185 -22.8 641 820 -179 -21.8 -22.3 $764
Motion picture & sound recording industries (512) Information (51) 313 484 -171 -35.3 235 482 -247 -51.2 -43.3 $440
Broadcasting, except Internet (515) Information (51) 315 369 -54 -14.6 334 381 -47 -12.3 -13.5 $697
ISPs, search portals, & data processing (518) Information (51) 148 186 -38 -20.4 138 194 -56 -28.9 -24.6 $1,247
Rental & leasing services (532) Real Estate & Rental & Leasing (53) 1,454 1,998 -544 -27.2 1,472 1,909 -437 -22.9 -25.1 $1,014
Professional & technical services (541) Professional & Technical Services (54) 9,489 10,132 -643 -6.3 9,555 10,147 -592 -5.8 -6.1 $1,330
Management of companies & enterprises (551) Management of Companies & Enterprises (55) 733 863 -130 -15.1 709 859 -150 -17.5 -16.3 $2,104
Administrative & support services (561) Administrative & Waste Services (56) 7,948 8,538 -590 -6.9 7,400 7,868 -468 -5.9 -6.4 $694
Waste management & remediation services (562) Administrative & Waste Services (56) 818 894 -76 -8.5 823 890 -67 -7.5 -8.0 $899
Performing arts & spectator sports (711) Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation (71) 556 641 -85 -13.3 308 542 -234 -43.2 -28.2 $484
Museums, historical sites, zoos, & parks (712) Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation (71) 1,541 1,724 -183 -10.6 1,268 1,462 -194 -13.3 -11.9 $963
Amusements, gambling, & recreation (713) Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation (71) 3,117 3,467 -350 -10.1 2,155 2,917 -762 -26.1 -18.1 $483
Accommodation (721) Accommodation & Food Services (72) 11,606 16,099 -4,493 -27.9 8,037 13,275 -5,238 -39.5 -33.7 $570
Food services & drinking places (722) Accommodation & Food Services (72) 20,891 22,261 -1,370 -6.2 16,709 20,901 -4,192 -20.1 -13.1 $379
Personal & laundry services (812) Other services, except Public Admin. (81) 1,623 1,812 -189 -10.4 1,456 1,752 -296 -16.9 -13.7 $510
Membership associations & organizations (813) Other services, except Public Admin. (81) 1,781 1,976 -195 -9.9 1,601 1,864 -263 -14.1 -12.0 $691
Private households (814) Other services, except Public Admin. (81) 314 360 -46 -12.8 300 368 -68 -18.5 -15.6 $604
Executive, legislative & general government (921) Public Admin. (92) 10,768 11,457 -689 -6.0 10,329 10,979 -650 -5.9 -6.0 $917
Total Total 108,538 129,498 -20,960 -16.2 98,891 121,318 -22,427 -18.5 -17.3 $869

 

aIncludes both public and privately owned firms.

bNorth American Industry Classification System

cThe percentage for average change is the employment-weighted average percentage change of the current and prior quarters (employment change current quarter + employment change prior quarter) divided by the employment for the current and prior quarters (employment current quarter + employment prior quarter).

dThe average weekly wage is calculated by dividing the total wage for the industry group by the total number of jobs for the industry group and the number of weeks in the observed quarter. Please be aware that average weekly wages at the industry group level are suceptible to wage bias due to sample size, occupational distributions, seasonal pay and bonuses, and keying error.

The average weekly wage for all declining industries in 2020Q3 was $869.

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages.

Prepared by M. Moore, Research & Planning, WY DWS, 1/29/21.