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Wyoming Department of Workforce Services

Research & Planning
246 S. Center St.
PO Box 2760
Casper, WY 82602
(307) 473-3807

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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.

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Monitoring Education Costs

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Wyoming Community College Market Pay Study

Published January 2015.

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  • Attachment A: NAICS 611200 ‐ Community Colleges by Detail Occupation and Year for Wyoming and Border States, 2009‐2013. PDF Excel

2014

Monitoring School District Human Resource Cost Pressures Fall 2014


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Publication

Occasional Paper No. 7: Teacher Salaries in Wyoming

Published April 2014.


2013 Teacher Cost Pressures

Executive Summary

 

Publication

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Current Status of Cost Pressures on Teacher Salaries in Wyoming

Published October 2013.

 

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Monitoring School District Human Resource Cost Pressures Fall 2013

Published October 2013.

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  • Appendix A: Teacher Supply in Wyoming: The Professional Teaching Standards Board and School District Recruitment Needs
  • Appendix B: School District Exit: Teacher Wage Progression and Assignment Status by Age and Gender

 

Tables

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  • Table 1: Employment and Mean Wage by State, Region, U.S., and Ownership for Occupations in Public Schools in Wyoming or Bordering State in 2011/12
  • Table 2: Employment and Relative Wage Ratio (to Wyoming Schools Wage) by State, Region, U.S., and Ownership for Occupations in Public Schools in Wyoming or Bordering State in 2011/12
  • Table 3: Employment and Mean Wage Change by State, Region, U.S., and Ownership for Occupations in Public Schools in Wyoming or Bordering State from 2009/10 to 2011/12
  • Table 4: Employment and Mean Wage by State, Region, U.S., and Ownership for Occupations in Public Schools in Wyoming or Bordering State in 2009/10

Methodological Documentation for Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) Employment and Wage Summary Tables for Wyoming’s Teacher Compensation Study (PDF)

Published October 2013.


Publication

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Monitoring School District Human Resource Cost Pressures: A Report to the Wyoming Joint Education Committee

Published October 2012.


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Monitoring School District Human Resource Cost Pressures: A Report to the Wyoming Joint Education Committee

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Presented by Tom Gallagher, Research & Planning Manager, Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, October 30, 2012, at the Joint Education Committee Meeting in Casper, Wyo.


Background and Resources

Detail Tables

  1. Table 1: Employment and Mean Wage by State, Region, US, and Ownership for Occupations in Public Schools in Wyoming or Bordering State in 2010/11
  2. Table 2: Employment and Relative Wage Ratio (to Wyoming Schools Wage) by State, Region, US, and Ownership for Occupations in Public Schools in Wyoming or Bordering State in 2010/11
  3. Table 3: Employment and Mean Wage Change by State, Region, US, and Ownership for Occupations in Public Schools in Wyoming or Bordering State from 2008/09 to 2010/11
  4. Table 4: Employment and Mean Wage by State, Region, US, and Ownership for Occupations in Public Schools in Wyoming or Bordering State in 2008/09
  5. Table 5: Wyoming Department of Education Contractual Staffing Data; 2010/11 Employment and Contract Wages, 2010/11 Wage Ratio Relative to Statewide Average Wage, and 2008/09 to 2010/11 Employment and Wage Change by County
  6. Table 6: Employment and Percentile Distribution of Wages in Public Schools (NAICS 611100, Ownership Local Government) by State, Region, US, and Ownership for Occupations in Public Schools in Wyoming or Bordering State in 2010/11
  7. Table 7: Employment and Relative Wage Distribution in Public Schools (NAICS 611100, Ownership Local Government) by State, Region, US, and Ownership for Occupations in Public Schools in Wyoming or Bordering State in 2010/11

Background and Understanding of These Tables

Overview of the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) Program


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Wage Records Research

A Decade Later: Tracking Wyoming's Youth into the Labor Force

Published March 2012.