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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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Manufacturing (NAICSa 31-33), 2022Q1

Average Monthly Employment: 9,848

Total Wages: $214,134,866

Average Weekly Wage: $1,673


North American Industry Classification System.
Published August 2022.

Table: Over-the-Year Change in Private Manufacturing Sector (NAICSa Sectors 31-33) 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 10,192 $94,608,033 $714
2001Q2 9,956 $89,878,326 $694
2001Q3 10,063 $90,598,192 $693
2001Q4 10,203 $95,374,857 $719
2002Q1 9,309 -8.7 $88,110,112 -6.9 $728 2.0
2002Q2 9,384 -5.7 $85,383,662 -5.0 $700 0.8
2002Q3 9,509 -5.5 $87,579,563 -3.3 $708 2.3
2002Q4 9,672 -5.2 $87,868,965 -7.9 $699 -2.8
2003Q1 8,934 -4.0 $84,901,816 -3.6 $731 0.4
2003Q2 9,088 -3.2 $82,037,059 -3.9 $694 -0.8
2003Q3 9,344 -1.7 $87,856,772 0.3 $723 2.1
2003Q4 9,678 0.1 $93,109,807 6.0 $740 5.9
2004Q1 9,110 2.0 $87,394,240 2.9 $738 0.9
2004Q2 9,343 2.8 $87,615,334 6.8 $721 3.9
2004Q3 9,552 2.2 $95,378,958 8.6 $768 6.2
2004Q4 9,745 0.7 $98,521,911 5.8 $778 5.1
2005Q1 9,465 3.9 $94,172,844 7.8 $765 3.7
2005Q2 9,571 2.4 $94,863,350 8.3 $762 5.7
2005Q3 9,746 2.0 $99,278,309 4.1 $784 2.0
2005Q4 10,056 3.2 $105,765,074 7.4 $809 4.0
2006Q1 9,768 3.2 $102,679,847 9.0 $809 5.7
2006Q2 10,028 4.8 $104,939,691 10.6 $805 5.6
2006Q3 10,294 5.6 $106,054,518 6.8 $793 1.1
2006Q4 10,493 4.3 $117,479,634 11.1 $861 6.4
2007Q1 10,193 4.3 $114,480,756 11.5 $864 6.8
2007Q2 10,067 0.4 $113,304,410 8.0 $866 7.6
2007Q3 10,119 -1.7 $114,217,803 7.7 $868 9.6
2007Q4 10,331 -1.5 $123,757,922 5.3 $921 7.0
2008Q1 9,816 -3.7 $118,970,194 3.9 $932 7.9
2008Q2 9,855 -2.1 $116,581,552 2.9 $910 5.1
2008Q3 10,009 -1.1 $119,073,177 4.3 $915 5.4
2008Q4 10,169 -1.6 $130,916,566 5.8 $990 7.5
2009Q1 9,277 -5.5 $112,460,489 -5.5 $933 0.0
2009Q2 8,956 -9.1 $109,382,458 -6.2 $940 3.2
2009Q3 9,104 -9.0 $110,932,836 -6.8 $937 2.4
2009Q4 9,109 -10.4 $121,048,854 -7.5 $1,022 3.2
2010Q1 8,479 -8.6 $106,849,963 -5.0 $969 3.9
2010Q2 8,472 -5.4 $108,157,608 -1.1 $982 4.5
2010Q3 8,786 -3.5 $111,320,379 0.3 $975 4.0
2010Q4 9,115 0.1 $125,209,643 3.4 $1,057 3.4
2011Q1 8,701 2.6 $115,744,551 8.3 $1,023 5.6
2011Q2 8,940 5.5 $120,084,927 11.0 $1,033 5.2
2011Q3 9,320 6.1 $133,281,143 19.7 $1,100 12.9
2011Q4 9,741 6.9 $134,775,180 7.6 $1,064 0.7
2012Q1 9,140 5.0 $128,181,419 10.7 $1,079 5.4
2012Q2 9,162 2.5 $126,023,377 4.9 $1,058 2.4
2012Q3 9,440 1.3 $127,360,173 -4.4 $1,038 -5.7
2012Q4 9,681 -0.6 $141,255,292 4.8 $1,122 5.5
2013Q1 9,271 1.4 $132,487,032 3.4 $1,099 1.9
2013Q2 9,276 1.2 $131,435,367 4.3 $1,090 3.0
2013Q3 9,579 1.5 $134,765,732 5.8 $1,082 4.3
2013Q4 9,793 1.2 $145,789,323 3.2 $1,145 2.0
2014Q1 9,578 3.3 $148,008,822 11.7 $1,189 8.1
2014Q2 9,641 3.9 $142,248,705 8.2 $1,135 4.1
2014Q3 9,912 3.5 $145,638,794 8.1 $1,130 4.4
2014Q4 10,116 3.3 $158,320,419 8.6 $1,204 5.1
2015Q1 9,732 1.6 $154,210,768 4.2 $1,219 2.5
2015Q2 9,625 -0.2 $144,348,381 1.5 $1,154 1.6
2015Q3 9,827 -0.9 $151,358,541 3.9 $1,185 4.8
2015Q4 9,852 -2.6 $162,988,451 2.9 $1,273 5.7
2016Q1 9,275 -4.7 $151,793,365 -1.6 $1,259 3.3
2016Q2 9,072 -5.7 $141,660,642 -1.9 $1,201 4.1
2016Q3 9,256 -5.8 $148,607,088 -1.8 $1,235 4.2
2016Q4 9,315 -5.5 $148,794,544 -8.7 $1,229 -3.4
2017Q1 9,174 -1.1 $161,126,538 6.1 $1,351 7.3
2017Q2 9,102 0.3 $147,034,715 3.8 $1,243 3.4
2017Q3 9,550 3.2 $146,167,937 -1.6 $1,177 -4.7
2017Q4 9,693 4.1 $163,585,224 9.9 $1,298 5.7
2018Q1 9,441 2.9 $166,155,718 3.1 $1,354 0.2
2018Q2 9,490 4.3 $152,738,276 3.9 $1,238 -0.4
2018Q3 9,872 3.4 $158,390,052 8.4 $1,234 4.8
2018Q4 10,079 4.0 $174,579,667 6.7 $1,332 2.6
2019Q1 9,986 5.8 $179,784,595 8.2 $1,385 2.3
2019Q2 9,948 4.8 $165,256,850 8.2 $1,278 3.2
2019Q3 10,133 2.6 $166,288,185 5.0 $1,262 2.3
2019Q4 10,106 0.3 $179,015,532 2.5 $1,363 2.3
2020Q1 9,857 -1.3 $179,357,516 -0.2 $1,400 1.1
2020Q2 9,375 -5.8 $157,704,182 -4.6 $1,294 1.3
2020Q3 9,471 -6.5 $161,330,995 -3.0 $1,310 3.8
2020Q4 9,617 -4.8 $175,146,419 -2.2 $1,401 2.8
2021Q1 9,463 -4.0 $162,377,700 -9.5 $1,320 -5.7
2021Q2 9,650 2.9 $165,178,207 4.7 $1,317 1.8
2021Q3 9,972 5.3 $166,853,440 3.4 $1,287 -1.8
2021Q4 9,999 4.0 $185,704,008 6.0 $1,429 2.0
2022Q1b 9,848 4.1 $214,134,866 31.9 $1,673 26.7
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 Manufacturing (NAICS 31-33) in Wyoming, 2001Q1-2022Q1


Figure: Over-the-Year Percent Change in Average Monthly Employment and Total Wages in Manufacturing (NAICS 31-33) 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.