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Table 1: Number Comparison of Youth Study to Division of Economic Analysis Estimates for 7/1/95*


Youth Study Economic Analysis Data Percent
Ages Males Females Total Males Females Total Males Females Total
16 2,567 2,244 4,811 4,328 3,975 8,303 59.31% 56.45% 57.94%
17 2,843 2,623 5,466 4,365 4,088 8,453 65.13% 64.16% 64.66%
18 3,682 3,182 6,864 4,224 3,791 8,015 87.17% 83.94% 85.64%
19 3,795 3,375 7,170 4,211 3,721 7,932 90.12% 90.70% 90.39%
20 4,123 3,606 7,729 4,076 3,710 7,786 101.15% 97.20% 99.27%
Total 17,010 15,030 32,040 21,204 19,285 40,489 80.22% 77.94% 79.13%


*Prepared by Wyoming Department of Administration and Information, Division of Economic Analysis, 6/1/96.

Differences in youth study compared to Economic Analysis estimates may be due to:

  1. Time frame (youth study is all months while Economic analysis estimates are for 7/1/95),
  2. Drop outs or early high school graduates, and/or
  3. Self-employed or working in the Agriculture sector (not covered by Unemployment Insurance).



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