Earnings by Age, Gender & Industry
1994 - 2007

Tables by Sylvia Jones


See also:

Wyoming Mean Earnings by Age, Gender, County of Employment, and County of Residence, 2000 and 2006


The Tables listed below show earnings within age, gender, and industry categories, posted July 2008. Earnings figures and industry classifications are based on the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Wage Records (see Quote and Documentation #1). Age and gender categories are derived from other administrative databasesóDriver's License, Employment Services, and Unemployment Insurance Claims (Documentation #2). For some cases with missing demographic data, age and gender are imputed (Documentation #2; see also Documentation #3 for missing data not imputed).  

 

"Employers in the state submit their unemployment insurance (UI) reports to the Department of Employment on a quarterly basis. One of the reports is called wage records. Wage records contain a listing of each individual employee's social security number (SSN), his or her total gross wages for the quarter and the employer's UI account number. Wage records have been used in the past to track University of Wyoming graduates, to compare the wages of Wyoming's workers based on the industry they are working in and their gender and to show how tenure can affect gender wages. Wage records can also be used for post-program analysis for such training programs as the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) or Vocational Rehabilitation."
  - Brett Judd, The Wyoming Wage Record Classification System, Wyoming Labor Force    
Trends
, March 1998.

Documentation of the Uses of Wage Records:

1.  Wyoming Wage Records 1992-1998:  A Baseline Study
2.  Enhancing the Quality of Wage Records for Analysis through Imputation: Part One
3.  Enhancing the Quality of Wage Records for Analysis through Imputation: Part Two

TOTALS FOR ALL INDUSTRIES Natural Resources & Mining (11, 21)

Construction (23)

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Manufacturing (31-33)

Wholesale Trade, Transportation, & Utilities (42, 48-49, 22)

Retail Trade (44-45)

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Information (51)

Financial Activities (52-53)

Professional & Business Services (54-56)

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Educational Services (61)

Health Care & Social Assistance (62)

Leisure & Hospitality (71-72)

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Other Services, Except Public Administration (81) Nonclassified (99) Total Government

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