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2022 Wyoming Workforce Annual Report

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Weekly Unemployment Insurance Claims for Wyoming

Weekly Unemployment Insurance Claims for Wyoming by County of Residence, Industry, and Selected Demographics, 2019-2022

Updated June 30, 2022, for the week ending June 25, 2022.

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Most Current Weekly Unemployment Insurance Claims Data for Wyoming by Gender and Age

Table 3: Selected Demographics of Wyoming Unemployment Insurance Benefit Claimants for the Week Ending June 25, 2022p
Updated June 30, 2022.  
Initial Claims
Women Men Total
Age N Column % Row % N Column % Row % N Column % Row %
<25 8 7.9 34.8 15 8.8 65.2 23 8.5 100.0
25-34 17 16.8 30.9 38 22.2 69.1 55 20.2 100.0
35-44 32 31.7 38.6 51 29.8 61.4 83 30.5 100.0
45-54 28 27.7 50.0 28 16.4 50.0 56 20.6 100.0
55-64 10 9.9 23.3 33 19.3 76.7 43 15.8 100.0
65+ 6 5.9 50.0 6 3.5 50.0 12 4.4 100.0
Total 101 100.0 37.1 171 100.0 62.9 272 100.0 100.0
Continued Claims
Women Men Total
Age N Column % Row % N Column % Row % N Column % Row %
<25 48 6.7 59.3 33 4.1 40.7 81 5.3 100.0
25-34 145 20.2 48.8 152 18.9 51.2 297 19.5 100.0
35-44 173 24.1 48.3 185 23.0 51.7 358 23.5 100.0
45-54 166 23.1 50.3 164 20.4 49.7 330 21.7 100.0
55-64 142 19.7 42.8 190 23.7 57.2 332 21.8 100.0
65+ 45 6.3 36.3 79 9.8 63.7 124 8.1 100.0
Total 719 100.0 47.2 803 100.0 52.8 1,522 100.0 100.0
pPreliminary and subject to revision. 
N/D = Not discloseable due to confidentiality. 
Source: Wyoming Unemployment Insurance Claims. 
Prepared by T. Glover and M. Moore, Research & Planning, WY DWS, 6/30/22.