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2022 Wyoming Workforce Annual Report

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Wyoming QCEW Summary Statistics by Industry, 2001-2022

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Leisure & Hospitality (NAICSa 71-72), 2022Q1

Average Monthly Employment: 34,653

Total Wages: $238,174,655

Average Weekly Wage: $529


aNorth American Industry Classification System.
Published August 2022.

Table: Over-the-Year Change in Private Leisure & Hospitality Supersector (NAICSa Sectors 71 & 72) Average Monthly Employment (AME), Total Wages, and Average Weekly Wage (AWW) Changes by Year/Quarter in Wyoming
Published August 2022.
Average Monthly Employment Total Wages Average Weekly Wage
Year/Quarter N % Change $ % Change $ % Change
2001Q1 26,564 $71,904,672 $208
2001Q2 30,249 $79,351,504 $202
2001Q3 34,419 $101,984,198 $228
2001Q4 27,231 $80,032,079 $226
2002Q1 26,900 1.3 $75,528,674 5.0 $216 3.7
2002Q2 30,754 1.7 $84,684,665 6.7 $212 5.0
2002Q3 35,286 2.5 $110,089,665 7.9 $240 5.3
2002Q4 28,140 3.3 $84,506,768 5.6 $231 2.2
2003Q1 27,565 2.5 $81,841,347 8.4 $228 5.7
2003Q2 31,201 1.5 $87,383,937 3.2 $215 1.7
2003Q3 35,575 0.8 $114,899,208 4.4 $248 3.5
2003Q4 28,710 2.0 $89,543,627 6.0 $240 3.9
2004Q1 28,381 3.0 $91,314,139 11.6 $247 8.4
2004Q2 31,962 2.4 $95,509,285 9.3 $230 6.7
2004Q3 36,005 1.2 $122,228,174 6.4 $261 5.1
2004Q4 29,656 3.3 $97,384,552 8.8 $253 5.3
2005Q1 28,938 2.0 $98,600,890 8.0 $262 5.9
2005Q2 32,404 1.4 $101,695,134 6.5 $241 5.0
2005Q3 36,786 2.2 $134,186,999 9.8 $281 7.5
2005Q4 30,035 1.3 $103,856,242 6.6 $266 5.3
2006Q1 29,757 2.8 $107,424,220 8.9 $278 5.9
2006Q2 32,759 1.1 $108,332,002 6.5 $254 5.4
2006Q3 37,120 0.9 $199,660,794 48.8 $414 47.5
2006Q4 30,800 2.5 $115,799,479 11.5 $289 8.7
2007Q1 30,883 3.8 $117,937,108 9.8 $294 5.8
2007Q2 33,487 2.2 $120,891,335 11.6 $278 9.2
2007Q3 37,912 2.1 $156,400,157 -21.7 $317 -23.3
2007Q4 31,594 2.6 $139,184,127 20.2 $339 17.2
2008Q1 31,971 3.5 $129,580,224 9.9 $312 6.1
2008Q2 34,853 4.1 $130,813,429 8.2 $289 4.0
2008Q3 39,004 2.9 $168,986,624 8.0 $333 5.0
2008Q4 32,123 1.7 $133,791,292 -3.9 $320 -5.5
2009Q1 30,988 -3.1 $122,158,963 -5.7 $303 -2.7
2009Q2 33,082 -5.1 $124,510,320 -4.8 $290 0.3
2009Q3 37,458 -4.0 $165,339,634 -2.2 $340 1.9
2009Q4 30,135 -6.2 $125,387,908 -6.3 $320 -0.1
2010Q1 29,538 -4.7 $116,094,673 -5.0 $302 -0.3
2010Q2 32,569 -1.6 $124,024,834 -0.4 $293 1.2
2010Q3 37,672 0.6 $167,626,371 1.4 $342 0.8
2010Q4 30,714 1.9 $132,124,448 5.4 $331 3.4
2011Q1 29,936 1.3 $119,445,110 2.9 $307 1.5
2011Q2 32,679 0.3 $128,166,866 3.3 $302 3.0
2011Q3 38,225 1.5 $174,930,518 4.4 $352 2.8
2011Q4 31,394 2.2 $133,475,780 1.0 $327 -1.2
2012Q1 30,782 2.8 $135,282,254 13.3 $338 10.1
2012Q2 33,728 3.2 $135,197,812 5.5 $308 2.2
2012Q3 38,924 1.8 $178,177,600 1.9 $352 0.0
2012Q4 32,247 2.7 $140,339,453 5.1 $335 2.4
2013Q1 31,461 2.2 $151,300,479 11.8 $370 9.4
2013Q2 34,465 2.2 $141,508,677 4.7 $316 2.4
2013Q3 39,758 2.1 $185,331,906 4.0 $359 1.8
2013Q4 32,749 1.6 $144,491,672 3.0 $339 1.4
2014Q1 32,157 2.2 $148,098,961 -2.1 $354 -4.2
2014Q2 35,353 2.6 $150,372,429 6.3 $327 3.6
2014Q3 40,430 1.7 $197,290,510 6.5 $375 4.7
2014Q4 33,429 2.1 $157,065,535 8.7 $361 6.5
2015Q1 33,281 3.5 $156,429,830 5.6 $362 2.1
2015Q2 36,378 2.9 $157,892,971 5.0 $334 2.0
2015Q3 41,234 2.0 $206,434,789 4.6 $385 2.6
2015Q4 33,659 0.7 $163,856,944 4.3 $374 3.6
2016Q1 32,834 -1.3 $155,563,876 -0.6 $364 0.8
2016Q2 35,950 -1.2 $162,419,287 2.9 $348 4.1
2016Q3 41,090 -0.3 $214,264,155 3.8 $401 4.2
2016Q4 33,596 -0.2 $162,006,544 -1.1 $371 -0.9
2017Q1 33,138 0.9 $160,747,415 3.3 $373 2.4
2017Q2 36,366 1.2 $168,656,097 3.8 $357 2.7
2017Q3 41,552 1.1 $221,039,420 3.2 $409 2.0
2017Q4 34,088 1.5 $170,374,338 5.2 $384 3.6
2018Q1 33,457 1.0 $176,713,858 9.9 $406 8.9
2018Q2 36,831 1.3 $179,343,070 6.3 $375 5.0
2018Q3 41,196 -0.9 $235,457,248 6.5 $440 7.4
2018Q4 34,125 0.1 $182,802,882 7.3 $412 7.2
2019Q1 33,930 1.4 $188,804,768 6.8 $428 5.4
2019Q2 37,136 0.8 $189,523,212 5.7 $393 4.8
2019Q3 42,070 2.1 $244,058,578 3.7 $446 1.5
2019Q4 35,029 2.7 $192,307,708 5.2 $422 2.5
2020Q1 34,568 1.9 $203,265,743 7.7 $452 5.7
2020Q2 26,816 -27.8 $139,289,413 -26.5 $400 1.9
2020Q3 35,963 -14.5 $210,789,657 -13.6 $451 1.0
2020Q4 31,870 -9.0 $190,954,963 -0.7 $461 9.2
2021Q1 31,932 -7.6 $177,645,626 -12.6 $428 -5.4
2021Q2 36,063 34.5 $207,237,192 48.8 $442 10.5
2021Q3 40,792 13.4 $270,238,699 28.2 $510 13.1
2021Q4 34,535 8.4 $226,248,790 18.5 $504 9.3
2022Q1b 34,653 8.5 $238,174,655 34.1 $529 23.6
aNorth American Industry Classification System. 
bPreliminary.
Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages. 
Prepared by M. Moore, Research & Planning, WY DWS, 7/13/22.

 


Figure: Average Monthly Employment in Leisure & Hospitality (NAICS 71-72) in Wyoming, 2001Q1-2022Q1


Figure: Over-the-Year Percent Change in Average Monthly Employment and Total Wages in Leisure & Hospitality (NAICS 71-72) in Wyoming, 2001Q1-2022Q1

Shaded areas indicate periods of economic downturn: 2009Q1-2010Q1, 2015Q2-2016Q4, and 2020Q2-2021Q1.
Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages.
Prepared by M. Moore, Research & Planning, WY DWS, 7/18/22.