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Unemployment in Wyoming continues to slowly but steadily decline as all the state’s counties rebound from the lowest point reached at the height of COVID-19 in Summer 2021. The Research & Planning section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services released the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for July 2022. Once again, counties across the…

Once again, the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reports the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate continues to decline after the pandemic peak. On Monday, July 25, the Wyoming Department of Workforce Service released the unemployment numbers for June 2022. Wyoming’s unemployment rate peaked at 8.6% in May 2020 and has been gradually falling since then.…

More Wyomingites are on the job, as the state and most counties saw another month of steadily-declining unemployment from March to April 2022. The Research & Planning section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reported that the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from 3.4% in March to 3.3% in April. Wyoming’s unemployment rate…

Despite an overall post-pandemic decline in unemployment across Wyoming, Park County’s unemployment increased slightly from January to February 2022. The Research & Planning section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services released Wyoming’s unemployment numbers for February 2022 on Monday. March 28. As communities recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, unemployment numbers are getting “back to…

Employment numbers in Wyoming are slowly returning to pre-pandemic levels, as the downward trend in unemployment from 2021 continued into 2022. This year started right when it came to jobs. The steady decline in unemployment began in 2021 continued into the first month of 2022. The Research & Planning section of the Wyoming Department of…

Wyoming is easing back into normal employment patterns, as the Equality State fares better than the rest of the nation when it comes to jobs. The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services released the state’s latest unemployment numbers on Monday, May 23. Once again, the numbers suggest Wyoming is recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic and returning…

More business support is now available from the state. Governor Gordon has announced $300 thousand dollars in layoff aversion grants, jointly offered by the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and the Wyoming Workforce Development Council. The grants are eligible to all Wyoming businesses in good standing with Unemployment Insurance and Worker’s Compensation. Businesses can apply…


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