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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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Selected Demographics of Weekly Unemployment Insurance Claimants in Wyoming, Week 11, 2020 and 2022

2022 Week 25 refers to the week ending June 25, 2022.

Table 6: Selected Demographics of Wyoming Unemployment Insurance Benefit Claimants, 2020 Week 11 and 2022 Week 11
Week ending March 19, 2022, is referred to as 2022 Week 11.
Updated March 24, 2022.
Claims by Gender
Initial Claims  Continued Claims
Current Weekp Pre-Pandemic Change Current Weekp Pre-Pandemic Change
Gender 2022 Week 11 2020 Week 11 N % Gender 2022 Week 11 2020 Week 11 N %
Women 123 135 -12 -8.9 Women 752 1,040 -288 -27.7
Men 293 369 -76 -20.6 Men 1,941 2,943 -1,002 -34.0
Total 416 504 -88 -17.5 Total 2,693 3,983 -1,290 -32.4
Claims by Age Group
Initial Claims  Continued Claims
Total Total
Current Weekp Pre-Pandemic Change Current Weekp Pre-Pandemic Change
Age 2022 Week 11 2020 Week 11 N % Age 2022 Week 11 2020 Week 11 N %
<25 25 28 -3 -10.7 <25 117 203 -86 -42.4
25-34 102 137 -35 -25.5 25-34 530 789 -259 -32.8
35-44 104 110 -6 -5.5 35-44 598 894 -296 -33.1
45-54 86 98 -12 -12.2 45-54 533 801 -268 -33.5
55-64 65 98 -33 -33.7 55-64 614 927 -313 -33.8
65+ 34 33 1 3.0 65+ 301 369 -68 -18.4
Total 416 504 -88 -17.5 Total 2,693 4,123 -1,430 -34.7
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.