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Wyoming Unemployment Insurance Claims Statistics

Over-the-Year and Over-the-Month Percent Change in Unemployment Insurance Claims in Wyoming, January 2014 to May 2024 

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Over-the-Year Percent Change

Over-the-Month Percent Change

aAn initial claim is a claim filed by an unemployed individual after a separation from an employer.

bA person who has already filed an initial claim and who has experienced a week of unemployment then files a continued claim to claim benefits for that week of unemployment.

Shaded areas indicate periods of economic downturn: 2015Q2-2016Q4 and 2020Q2-2021Q1.

Source: Unemployment Insurance (UI) statistics. Research & Planning, WY DWS.

Prepared by C. McGrath, Research & Planning, WY DWS, 6/20/24.