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Figure 1: Over-the-Year Percentage Change in Average Monthly Employment for Wyoming by Year and Quarter, 2002Q2 to 2020

Oil Figure 1: Weekly Price of Oil in US Dollar per Barrel, January 2000 to October 2015

Intro Figure 1a: Average Monthly Employment for Wyoming Industries that Experienced a Substantial Decline in Employment During the 2009Q1-2010Q1 Economic Downturn, January 2000 to June 2015

Intro Table 1: Change in Average Monthly Employment During Periods of Economic Downturn in Wyoming by Industry, 2009Q1-2010Q1 and 2014Q2-2015Q2

Intro Figure 1b: Average Monthly Employment for Wyoming Industries that di not Experience a Substantial Decline in Employment During the 2009Q1-2010Q1 Economic Downturn, January 2000 to June 2015

Intro Table 2: 2015 Poverty Guidelines for the 48 Contiguous States and the District of Columbia

Intro Figure 2: Percentage of Workers Age 55 and Older (2013) and Percentage of Workers with a Bachelor's Degree or Higher by Industry in Wyoming (2012)

Intro Figure 3: Percentage of Persons Age 55 and Older and Nonresidents Working in Wyoming at Any Time by Industry, 2014

Intro Figure 4: Occupational Staffing Patterns in the Oil & Gas Industry in Wyoming and Denver, 2013

Demand Figure 1a: Price of Crude Oil per Barrel in US Dollars, January 2005 to December 2016

Demand Figure 1b: Forecasted Oil Prices in US Dollars per Barrel, 2012-2040

Demand Figure 2: Price of Wyoming's Powder River Basin Coal in US Dollars per Ton, May 2008 to October 2015

Demand Figure 3: Henry Hub Nationa Gas Spot Prices in US Dollars per Thousand Cubic Feet

Demand Figure 4: Percentage Change in Gross Domestic Product, 2013-2020

Health Care Figure 1: Over-the-Year Percentage Change in Average Monthly Employment in Health Care and Social Assistance in Wyoming, January 2001 to 2020

Health Care Figure 2: Average Monthly Employment in Health Care and Social Assistance, January 2000 to Jun 2015

Health Care Figure 3: Wyoming Population by Age and 5-year Interval, 1980-2040

Health Care Table 1: Top 25 Most Frequently Occurring Occupations in Health Care and Social Assistance in Wyoming, 2014

Health Care Table 2: Mean Annual Wage in Wyoming and Surrounding States for Selected Occupations in Health Care and Social Assistance

Health Care Figure 4: Number of Persons Age 55 and Older and Average Annual Wages for Selected Occupations in Health Care and Social Assistance, 2014Q3

Health Care Tabel 3: Occupational Staffing Patterns in Hospitals for Denver and Wyoming, 2014

Manufacturing Figure 1: Over-the-Year Oercentage Change in Wyoming's Manufacturing and Mining Sectors, January 2001 to Jun 2015

Manufacturing Figure 2: Average Monthly Employment in Manufacturing, January 2001 to June 2015

Manufacturing Tabel 1: Growing and Declining Manufacturing Subsectors in Wyoming by Selected Year and Quarter, 2009Q1 to 2015Q2

Manufacturing Figure 3: Hire Rate in Manufacturing, January 2001 to June 2015

Manufacturing Figure 4: Average Weekly Wage of Wyoming's Manufacturing Industry and Fefinery Subsectors, 2005Q1 to 2015Q2

Manufacturing Tabel 2: Top 25 Most Frequently Occurring Occupations in Manufacturing in Wyoming, 2014

Manufacturing Table 3: Mean Annual Wage in Wyoming and Surrounding States for Manufacturing Occupations with the Highest Employment in Wyoming, 2014

Manufacturing Figure 5: Over-the-Year Percentage Change in Average Monthly Employment in Manufacturing in Wyoming, January 2001 to 2020

Construction Figure 1: Average Monthly Employment in Construction, January 2000 to June 2015

Construction Figure 2: Over-the-Year Percentage Change in Wyoming's Construction and Mining Sectors, January 2001 to June 2015

Construction Figure 3: Average Monthly Employment for Wyoming's Construction and Moning Sectors and Average National Gas Prices, January 2000 to June 2015

Construction Figure 4: Selected Demographics of Wyoming's Construction Industry, 2000Q1 to 2015Q2

Construction Table 1: Top 25 Most Frequently Occurring Occupations in Construction in Wyoming, 2014

Construction Table 2: Mean Annual Wage in Wyoming and Surrounding States for Construction Occupations with the Highest Employment in Wyoming

Construction Figure 1: Over-the-Year Percentage Change in Average Monthly Employment in Mining in Wyoming, January 2001 to 2020

Mining Figure 2a: Over-the-Month Change in Initial Unemployment Insurance for Natural Resources and Mining, January 2000 to Octover 2015

Mining Figure 2b: Over-the-Year Change in Initial Unemployment Insurance Claims for Natural Resources and Mining, January 2000 to October 2015

Mining Figure 2c: Over-the-Month Change in Continued Unemployment Insurance Claims for Natural Resources and Mining, January 2000 to October 2015

Mining Figure 2d: Over-the-Month Change in Continued Unemployment Insurance Claims for Natural Resources and Mining, January 2000 to October 2015

Mining Figure 3: Hiring Rate for Mining and All Industries in Wyoming, 2000Q1 to 2015Q2

Mining Figure 4: Average Quartery Wage for Trona Mining Employment Compared to All Mining Employment, 2005Q1-2015Q2

Mining Table 1: Top 25 Most Frequently Occurring Occupations in Manufacturing in Wyoming, 2014

Mining Table 2: New Hires Characteristics for Selected Occupations in Wyoming's Mining Industry, 2014

Education Figure 1: Over-the-Year Percentage in Average Monthly Employment in Educational Services in Wyoming, January 2001 to 2020

Education Figure 2: Average Monthly Employment in Educational Services, January 2000 to June 2015

Education Table 1: Top 25 Most Frequently Occurring Occupations in Educational Services in Wyoming, 2014

Education Table 2: Mean Annual Wage in Wyoming and Surrounding States for Selected Occupations in Educational Services

Admin Figure 1: Average Monthly Employment in Wyoming, Public Administration and All Industries, 2000Q1-2015Q2

Admin Figure 2: Over-the-Year Percentage in Average Monthly Employment for Wyoming's Public Administration and Mining Sector and Average Natural Gas Prices, June 2002 to June 2015, January 2001 to 2020

Admin Table 1: Top 25 Most Frequently Occurring Occupations in Public Administration in Wyoming, 2014

Admin Table 2: Mean Annual Wage in Wyoming and Surrounding States for Occupations in Public Administration with the Highest Employment in Wyoming

Tourism Figure 1: Mean Weekly Price of WTI Crude Oil and Gasoline, Diesel and Jet Fuel, January 2005 to November 2015

Tourism Figure 2: Mean Quarterly Employment of Selected Tourism-Related Industries in Wyoming, 2005Q1-2015Q2

Tech Table 1: Wyoming Technology-Related Industries Employing Units, Average Monthly Employment, Total Wages and Average Wage, 2015Q2

Replacement Need Table 1: Average Annual Wage, Total Number of Workers and Percentage of Workers Age 55 and Older Working in Wyoming at Any Time, 2014

Replacement Need Figure 1: Average Annual Wage and Percentage Age 55 and Older Working in Wyoming at Any Time by Industry, 2014

Replacement Need Table 2a: Occupations in Educational Services and Public Administration with at least 40 Workers Age 55 and Older, 2014Q3

Replacement Need Table 2b: Selected Occupations in Educational Services and Public Administration with More than 25.0% of All Workers Age 55 and Older, 2014Q3

Replacement Need Table 3: Occupations in Health Care and Social Assistance with at Least 40 Workers Age 55 and Older, 2014Q3

New Hires Figure 1: Wyoming New Hires Occupations by Typical Level of Education that Most Workers Need to Enter the Occupation, 2014

New Hires Figure 2: Average Hourly Wage for Wyoming New Hires Occupations by Typical Level of Education that Most Workers Need to Enter the Occupation, 2014

New Hires Table 1: Numbers of New Hires, Average Hourly Wage and Hours Worked in the 5 Most Frequently Occurring Occupations by Educational Requirement in Wyoming, 2014

New Hires Figure 3: Percentage of Wyoming New Hires Offered Selected Benefits by Educational Requirement, 2014

New Hires Figure 4: Average Weekly Hours Worked by Wyoming New Hires by Educational Requirement, 2014

New Hires Table 2: Number of New Hires and Percent Offered Selected Benefits Offered in the 10 Most Frequently Occurring Occupations by Educational Requirement in Wyoming, 2014

New Hires Figure 5: Percentage of Employers Who Identified Selected Job Skills as Important for Wyoming New Hires by Educational Requirement, 2014

New Hires Table 3: Number of New Hires and Important Job Skills the 5 Most Frequently Occurring Occupations by Educational Requirement in Wyoming, 2014

New Hires Table 4: Number of New Hires, Retention Rate and Employer Satisfaction for the 5 Most Frequently Occurring Occupations by Educational Requirement in Wyoming, 2014

New Hires Figure 6: Retention Rate and Employer Satisfaction Rate for Wyoming New Hires by Educational Requirement, 2014

New Hires Table 5: Number of New Hires by Gender and Age for the 5 Most Frequently Occurring Occupations by Educational Requirement in Wyoming, 2014

Population Figure 1: Over-the-Year Percentage Change in Estimated Population for the US and Wyoming, 2000-2014

Population Figure 2: Estimates of the Resident Population by Single Years of Age in Wyoming for Selected Years, 2000-1014

Population Table 1: Population Estimates for Wyoming in Seleceted Years by Age Group, 2000-2014

Demographics Table 1: Selected Characteristics of Person Working in Wyoming at Any Time by Industry, 2014

Regional Figure 1a: Over-the-Year Percentage Change in Total Unemployment Insurance Covered Employement for Wyoming, Border States and the US, January 2005 to March 2015

Regional Figure 1b: Over-the-Year Percentage Change in Total Unemployment Insurance Covered Employement for Wyoming, Border States and the US, January 2005 to March 2015

Unemployment Trends Figure 1: Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Rate for Wyoming and the US, January 2009 to October 2015

Unemployment Trends Figure 2: Seasonally Adjusted Employment-to-Population Ratio for Wyoming and the US, 2010-2015

Unemployment Trends Table 1: Estimated of the Number and Percent of Individuals in Civilian Labor Force and Unemployed in Wyoming, 2014 Annual Average

Unemployment Trends Table 2: Average Annual Earnings for Persons Working in Wyoming at Any Time by Age Group, 2014

Unemployment Trends Figure 3: Unemployed Persons by Reasons for Unemployment in Wyoming and the US, 2010 and 2014 Annual Averages

Trends Table 1: Population Estimates for Wyoming and the US by Age Group, 2000 and 2014

Trends Figure 1: Estimated Wyoming Population and Percent of Persons Age 55+ by County, 2014

Trends Figure 2: Total Number of Nonresidents Working in Wyoming at Any Time, 2000-2014

Trends Table 2: Unemployment Insurance Benefit Recipients in Wyoming, 2000-2014

Disability Table 1: Disability Status by Age Group for Individuals Age 5 and Older in Wyoming

Disability Table 2: Estimated Population of Individuals Age 55 and Older Living in Wyoming and Idividuals Age 55 and Older with At Least One Disability by County

Native American Table 1: Proportion of Wyoming Population that is American Indian or Alaska Native by County, 2010

Native American Table 2: Age Groups for American Indian or Alaska Native Status, Wyoming

Corrections Table 1: Number and Percentage of Ex-Offenders by County of Conviction, July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Native American Table 3: Employment Status for American Indian or Alaska Native Individuals Age 16 or Older, Wyoming

Homeless Table 1: Homelessness in Wyoming, 2015

Foster Care Table 1: Total Number of Individuals at Age of Discharge from State Custody and Average Number of Months in State Custody by Age Group, December 2014 to November 2015

ELL Table 1: Current and Former English Language Learners from the 2009/10 to 2014/15 School Year

Marital Status Table 1: Household Type by Presence of Children, Wyoming

Long-Term Unemployment Table 1: Count and Percentage of Unemployment Insuarnce Claimants who have Exhausted Benefits by County of Residence in 2015

Long-Term Unemployment Figure 1: Percentage of Wyoming Unemployment Insurance Claimants Who Have Exhausted Benefits by County of Residence in 2015

Veterans Table 2: Age of Wyoming Veterans Age 17 and Older, Wyoming

Veterans Table 1: Individuals with Veteran Status by Age Group for Individuals Age 17 and Older, Wyoming

Veterans Table 3: Veterans Disability Rating by Age Group for Veterans Age 17 and Older, Wyoming

Youth Table 2: Estimated Youth Population for Wyoming and Number of Resident Youths Working in Wyoming at Any Time, 2000-2014

Youth Table 1: Population Estimates for Wyoming by Age Group, 2000 and 2014

Youth Figure 1: Estimated Youth Population for Wyoming and Number of Resident Youths Working in Wyoming at Any Time, 2000-2014

Youth Table 3a and 3b

Youth Figure 2a: Estimated Youth Population for Wyoming by Single Year of Age, 2000-2014

Youth Figure 2b: Total Number of Youth Working in Wyoming at Any Time by Single Year of Age, 2000-2014

Youth Figure 3: Postsecondary Enrollment Status of Wyoming High School Students from Class of 2013, Fall 2013

Youth Figure 4: Postsecondary Enrollment Status of Wyoming High School Students from Class of 2010 by County, Fall 2010

Poverty Table 1: Individuals at or below 100% of the Federal Poverty Threshold by Age Group, Wyoming

Pverty Table 2: Individuals at or below 130% of the Federal Poverty Threshold by Age Group, Wyoming

Poverty Table 3: Individuals at or below 160% of the Federal Poverty Threshold by Age Group, Wyoming

Poverty Table 4: Individuals at or below 160% of the Federal Poverty Threshold by Gender, Wyoming

Migration figure 1: Net Estimated Number of People Who Moved into Wyoming, 1990-91 to 2012-13

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