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Wyoming Labor Force Trends

Wyoming Labor Force Trends is a monthly publication of the Research & Planning section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services.

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April 2024 (HTML | PDF)

  • 2023Q3 Quarterly Update: Job Growth Continues for 10th Consecutive Quarter
  • Growing and Declining Industries in Wyoming, 2023Q3
  • Quarterly Turnover Statistics by Industry, Second Quarter 2023
  • Wyoming Unemployment Unchanged at 2.8% in February 2024
  • Current Employment Statistics (CES) Estimates and Research & Planning’s Internal Estimates, February 2024
  • Current Employment Statistics Graphs
  • State Unemployment Rates (Seasonally Adjusted)
  • Wyoming Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment
  • State Unemployment Rates (Not Seasonally Adjusted)
  • Economic Indicators
  • County Unemployment Rates
  • Wyoming Normalized Unemployment Insurance Statistics: Initial Claims
  • Wyoming Normalized Unemployment Insurance Statistics: Continued Claims

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