The following are some of the specific locations on our website that may have useful information for you as you consider your employment options:
of Workforce Services
Research & Planning
Occupational staffing levels and wage rates for other states and the nation can be found HERE.
Published December 7, 2016.
Published October 2016.
Published December 2014.
In Wyoming, 98 occupations require licenses, certificates, or other registration. This publication includes detailed information on each of these occupations, such as wages, job descriptions, requirements, schools located in Wyoming, licensing fees, and more.
Published October 2013.
Article in August 2013 Wyoming Labor Force Trends
Wyoming Wages by County, Industry, Age, & Gender, 2000-2012
Wyoming Wages by County, Industry, Age, & Gender, 1992-2011
Earnings by Age, Gender & Industry 1992 to 2009
Wyoming Mean Earnings by Age, Gender, County of Employment, and County of Residence, 2000 and 2006
Earnings by Age, Gender & Industry, 1994-2007
A Study of the Disparity in Wages and Benefits Between Men and Women in Wyoming (2003). Anne M. Alexander, Catherine R. Connolly, Martin M. Greller, and John H. Jackson. University of Wyoming.
Excerpt from executive summary:
This research was conducted during late 2002 and early 2003, in response to the Legislature’s request to study wage disparity between men and women in Wyoming.
Women earn less on average than men: globally, nationally, regionally, and in Wyoming. Wyoming’s gap in wages between the genders is the highest in the region, in part because Wyoming men make more than the regional average and Wyoming women make less.
Wages and Benefits in Wyoming (2006) is now available in print and online in pdf format.
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Your Source for Wyoming Labor Market Information.