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Growing and Declining Industries for Wyoming


Current Report

Growing and Declining Industries in Wyoming, 2023Q4

Wyoming had four growing industries in 2023Q4, down from 11 growing industries last quarter. These growing industries in 2023Q4 accounted for 4.9% of all industries and 3.6% of the state's total employment. Growing industries included heavy & civil engineering construction and membership associations & organizations.

There were five declining industries in 2023Q4, one less than last quarter. The greatest decline was seen in furniture, home furnishings, electronics, & appliance retailers. Declining industries made up 6.2% of all industries and 1.0% of total employment.

2023Q4 Report

Updated May 6, 2024.

Historical Data

Growing and Declining Industries by Year and Quarter


Table 1: Growing Industries
Year Quarter
2023 1 (HTML | PDF) 2 (HTML | PDF) 3 (HTML | PDF) 4 (HTML | PDF)
2022 1 (HTML | PDF) 2 (HTML | PDF) 3 (HTML | PDF) 4 (HTML | PDF)
2021 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (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
2023 1 (HTML | PDF) 2 (HTML | PDF) 3 (HTML | PDF) 4 (HTML | PDF)
2022 1 (HTML | PDF) 2 (HTML | PDF) 3 (HTML | PDF) 4 (HTML | PDF)
2021 1 (PDF) 2 (PDF) 3 (PDF) 4 (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)