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Vol. 34 No. 11 Copyright 1997 by the Wyoming Employment Resources Division, Research & Planning November 1997


November 1997 TRENDS:

For the second consecutive month, nonagricultural employment remained below 1996 levels. The Wyoming Civilian Labor Force also continued to decline, falling 2,741 workers over the month and 1,644 over the year. Along with a decreasing number of UI claimants, these facts suggest that workers might be leaving the state for better employment opportunities elsewhere. --DB


1997 Wage Survey for Wyoming: Statewide, Casper, Cheyenne and Regions
Occupational Employment Statistics Area Map
Table 1: Wyoming STATEWIDE Hourly Mean Wage by Industry and Occupation
Table 2: Wyoming REGIONAL Hourly Mean and Median Wage by Industry and Occupation
Table 3: Wyoming REGIONAL Mean, Entry and Experienced Wage by Industry and Occupation
Wage Survey Glossary
ALPHABETICAL Table 3New!
Wyoming Unemployment Insurance Statistics: NORMALIZED Initial Claims for September 1997
Statewide, by Industry
Laramie County, by Industry
Natrona County, by Industry
Statewide Graphic, by Industry
Statewide Graphic, by REGION and County
Wyoming Unemployment Insurance Statistics: NORMALIZED Continued Claims for September 1997
Statewide, by Industry
Laramie County, by Industry
Natrona County, by Industry
Statewide Graphic, by Industry
Statewide Graphic, by REGION and County
Wyoming Economic Indicators
Civilian Labor Force and Unemployment
LAUS Unemployment Rate for September 1997
Statewide Unemployment Rate Graphic
Wyoming Regional Unemployment Graphic
Statewide CES Wyoming Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment for September 1997
Laramie County
Natrona County
Statewide Wyoming Nonagricultural Employment Graphic
Glossary
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