"Labor Market Information (LMI) is an applied science; it is the systematic collection and analysis of data which describes and predicts the relationship between labor demand and supply." The States' Labor Market Information Review, ICESA, 1995, p. 7.
In a recent study of more than 1,000 certified nursing assistants (CNAs), Research & Planning concluded that female CNAs earned greater wages and were more likely to be employed in Wyoming when compared with a control group of similar individuals.
Presentation: Health Care Workforce Needs in Wyoming (PowerPoint)
Presented by Tony Glover, Manager, and Michael Moore, Editor, of the Research & Planning section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services to the Wyoming Interim Joint Labor, Health, & Social Services Committee, June 13-14, 2019, Cheyenne, WY
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This publication examines demand and supply issues for the health care industry in Wyoming. It represents an update to the publication Health Care Workforce Needs in Wyoming: Advancing the Study, published in the fall of 2011.
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This article compares the changes in the number of businesses, average number of employees, total quarterly payroll, and the average monthly wage for one area of Natrona County’s health care industry, Ambulatory Health Care Services, from second quarter 2005 (2005Q2) to second quarter 2013 (2013Q2).
Using data from the Wyoming Benefits Survey and other state and federal data, in addition to previous research related to health care mandates in other states, this publication explores the PPACA's possible effects on employment in the state.
(The content of this publication appeared as an article in the September 2012 issue of Wyoming Labor Force Trends).