"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.
*Information displayed in Initial and Continued Claims are adjusted for monthly comparisons by normalizing the number of weeks in each month to a standard 4.33 weeks.
**NAICS = North American Industry Classification code.
***SIC = Standard Industrial Classification code.
The number of initial Unemployment Insurance (UI) claims in Wyoming in June 2019 decreased by 2.8% compared to June 2018. In addition, the number of continued weeks claimed decreased by 20.2%.
There were 1,242 initial claims in June 2019, 36 fewer than the 1,278 in June 2018.
The total number of continued weeks claimed in June was 7,709, 1,946 fewer than the 9,655 in June 2018. The total number of unique claimants decreased from 2,889 to 2,509 (-380, or -13.2%), and the number of claimants who exhausted their benefits decreased from 1,185 to 271 (-914, or -77.1%).