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Wyoming Department of Workforce Services

Research & Planning
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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.

2021 Wyoming Workforce Annual Report

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Growing and Declining Industries for Wyoming


Current Report

Wyoming Growing and Declining Industries Report, 2021Q1

growing or declining industry is defined as an industry's employment level increasing or decreasing for two quarters by 5% or more over the year.  Only subsector employment sizes of 100 or more are included in these tables.

Overall, Wyoming had seven growing industries in 2021Q1, which accounted for 8.2% of all industries and 5.6% of total employment.

There were 24 declining industries in 2021Q1, which made up 28.3% of all industries and 19.4% of the state's total employment.

2021Q1 Wyoming Growing and Declining Industries Report (pdf)

 
Published August 11, 2021.


Historical Data

Growing and Declining Industries by Year and Quarter


Table 1: Growing Industries
Year Quarter
2021 1 (PDF)      
2020 1 (HTML | PDF) 2 (HTML | PDF) 3 (HTML | PDF) 4 (HTML | PDF)
2019 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2018 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2017 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2016 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2015 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2014 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2013 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2012 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2011 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2010 1 (HTM) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2009 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2008 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2007 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2006 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2005 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2004 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2003 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2002 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2001 1 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)

Table 2: Declining Industries
Year Quarter
2021 1 (PDF)      
2020 1 (HTML | PDF) 2 (HTML | PDF) 3 (HTML | PDF) 4 (HTML | PDF)
2019 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2018 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2017 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2016 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2015 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2014 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2013 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2012 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2011 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2010 1 (HTM) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (PDF)
2009 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2008 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2007 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2006 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2005 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2004 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2003 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2002 1 (HTM) 2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)
2001   2 (HTM) 3 (HTM) 4 (HTM)