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Wyoming Labor Force Trends

June 2022 | Volume 59, No. 6

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Current Employment Statistics (CES) Estimates and Research & Planning’s Internal Estimates, April 2022

by: David Bullard, Senior Economist

Current Employment Statistics (CES) Estimates and Research & Planning's Internal Estimates, April 2022
Research & Planning's Internal Estimates Current Employment Statistics (CES) Estimates N %
Industry Sector Difference Difference
Total Nonfarm 276,162 280,800 4,638 1.7%
Natural Resources & Mining 15,457 15,700 243 1.5%
Construction 20,724 22,300 1,576 7.1%
Manufacturing 9,730 9,700 -30 -0.3%
Wholesale Trade 7,438 7,500 62 0.8%
Retail Trade 28,993 29,900 907 3.0%
Transportation & Utilities 14,122 13,800 -322 -2.3%
Information 2,989 3,000 11 0.4%
Financial Activities 11,417 11,200 -217 -1.9%
Professional & Business Services 20,031 20,200 169 0.8%
Educational & Health Services 28,881 28,700 -181 -0.6%
Leisure & Hospitality 32,835 34,700 1,865 5.4%
Other Services 15,876 16,400 524 3.2%
Government 67,669 67,700 31 0.0%
Research & Planning's Internal Estimates were run in May 2022 and based on QCEW data through December 2021.