The following are some of the specific locations on our website that may have useful information for you as you consider your employment options:
of Workforce Services
Research & Planning
This report is part of a larger effort to understand the impact of postsecondary education on workforce participation and career success.
Topics covered in this publication include:
Published July 2016.
Published February 2016.
Published April 2015.
Published in Wyoming Labor Force Trends, September 2016.
Published in Wyoming Labor Force Trends, January 2016.
Presented to the Wyoming Joint Education Interim Committee by Tom Gallagher, Manager, and Tony Glover, Workforce Information Supervisor, Casper, Wyo., June 13, 2016.
Prepared by Social Policy Research Associates, November 2015
More about the Workforce Data Quality Initiatve (WDQI) Grant is available here.
More about Social Policy Research Associates is available here.
Presented By Tom Gallagher to the Association for University Business and Economic Research Fall Conference, October 2015
More about the AUBER 2015 Fall Conference is available here.
Presented by Patrick Harris, Research & Planning. PowerPoint files, updated December 2014.
To hear the audio portion of these presentations, view them in Slide Show mode.
Which industry has the highest percentage of workers simultaneously enrolled in college? In terms of wages, how much do students sacrifice to attend college and how does this vary across industries? Which county has the highest percentage of non-graduate females that work in primarily in retail trade the following year? Are wages in the year following anticipated graduation different between students who had an Individualized Education Plan and graduated compared to their respective counterparts who did not graduate? What are the average differences in wages between students overall and students in the Gifted & Talented Program following graduation? New data are available through Research & Planning to answer these questions.
Published July 2015.
This report introduces consumers to tabulations and interactive graphics of student outcomes and pre-graduation work experiences.
The Research & Planning (R&P) section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services produces reports in tabular and interactive graphic form, and supporting documentation allowing customers to better understand a great deal more about the career pathways between work and education leading to a greater probability of success in their chosen field of study.
Published February 14, 2017.
Memorandum of Understanding Between Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and Wyoming Department of Education
Memorandum of Understanding Between Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, Wyoming Community College Commission and Wyoming's Seven Community Colleges
Memorandum of Understanding Between Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and the University of Wyoming
Authorizing Citations: Authority, Use & Confidentiality Referenced in Memoranda of Understanding; Rules and State & Federal Statutes
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