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Table: Major Indicators and Employment for Each Industry


Employment by Standard Industrial Classification (SIC)1
Year Quarter Home Sales6 Number of Building Permits for New Homes2 Total Cost of New Building Permits2 Prime Rate3 Average Weekly Wage1 Total Employment1 Population4 Department of Transportation Spending on Roads3 15 16 17 65
1995 1 10,200 226 $2,180,209 8.8% $424 202,810 477,768 $58,747,262 3,004 2,851 6,008 1,577
2 9,600 378 $2,268,405 9.0% $430 214,680 478,622 $25,730,148 3,271 3,999 7,259 1,686
3 10,600 377 $3,001,089 8.8% $419 218,919 479,376 $29,463,393 3,662 4,758 7,566 1,803
4 10,700 288 $2,173,534 8.7% $447 212,459 479,928 $24,348,141 3,545 3,882 6,975 1,691
1996 1 11,100 365 $2,720,073 8.3% $430 203,425 480,480 $38,326,274 3,008 2,601 5,936 1,663
2 11,400 503 $4,503,137 8.3% $434 215,763 481,032 $69,632,782 3,457 4,013 6,839 1,765
3 10,300 400 $3,526,012 8.3% $429 220,994 481,584 $18,166,136
4 10,500 234 $2,651,620 8.3% $465 214,612 482,136 $23,817,446
1997 1 211 $2,506,806 8.3% 482,688 $63,310,438


  1. State of Wyoming, Department of Employment, Employment Resources Division, Research and Planning.
  2. Bureau of the Census, Building Permits Branch, Manufacturing and Construction Division.
  3. Kansas City, Federal Reserve Bank.
  4. Bureau of the Census.
  5. State of Wyoming, Department of Transportation.
  6. National Association of Realtors.



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