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Wage Records in Wyoming

Employment and Earnings by Industry, County, Age, & Gender, 2000-2015

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Wage Records Research

Published November 2016.


The number of individuals working in each industry or county are based on employers’ quarterly wage and employment reports to the Unemployment Insurance (UI) tax section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services; these are referred to as wage records. UI covered employment represents approximately 91.5% of Wyoming’s total wage and salary employment. Any individual who had wages in Wyoming at any time from 2000 to 2015 is included in the summary counts presented in this research. Each individual is counted only once (see Definitions).

Research & Planning (R&P) was able to identify demographic information, such as age and gender, by linking the Wage Records database with other administrative databases, such as the driver's license file obtained through a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Wyoming Department of Transportation.


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