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Most Recent Projections
*NEW* Wyoming Long-Term Industry and Occupational Projections, 2018-2028 | HTML
Published July 2020.
Wyoming Short-Term Industry and Occupational Projections, 2019-2021 | HTML
Published March 2020.
Wyoming Long-Term Sub-State Occupational Projections, 2016-2026 | HTML
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Wyoming's Short-Term (2011-2013) and Long-Term (2011-2021) Industry and Occupational Projections; Statewide/All Industries by Occupation, Major Industries by Occupation, and Sub-state Regions by Occupation PDFExcel
Long-Term Statewide Occupational Projections by Industry (2010-2020) (Pub. September 2011) PDF
Long-Term Statewide Employment Projections by Industry (2008-2018) HTMLPDF
Long-Term Statewide Employment Projections by Industry, Rollups (2008-2018) HTMLPDF
Short-Term Statewide Employment Projections by Industry 2007-2009 HTMLPDF
Long-Term Statewide Occupational Projections 2008-2018 (Pub. August 2010) HTMLPDF
Short-Term Statewide Occupational Projections 2009-2011 (Pub. August 2010) HTMLPDF
Short-Term Statewide Employment Projections 2010-2011 (Pub. August 2010) PDF