It is important that we be able to provide timely payments to you for your benefits, and in doing so, are making some changes. Therefore, as of 05/31/2024, you will no longer be able to file your weekly continued claims for payment over the telephone using the automated Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system. You will be able to file your continued claims online at by logging in and clicking on Continued Claim  >  File Continued Claim.

OSHA Roadshow

The OSHA Roadshow offers two days of comprehensive hands-on training designed to help employers reduce the number of incidents related to the leading causes of fatalities in the construction industry.

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Virtual Training Series

Next session: Securing Success: Workers’ Compensation 101

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Report Fraud

File a fraud report related to Unemployment Insurance or report Workers’ Compensation fraud.

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Unemployment Insurance

Assists employers with all unemployment insurance and tax concerns, and serves those who need and are eligible for unemployment insurance benefits.

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Workers’ Compensation

Find information about reporting an injury in the workplace, disability benefits, and other related subjects.

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Current Wyoming labor market statistics

Statistics are taken from WY Labor Market Information & Bureau of Labor Statistics.


Labor Force


No. of Employed


No. of Unemployed


Unemployment rate

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Complete set of employment tools for job seekers in Wyoming. Search jobs, create resumes, find education and training.

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Newly enrolled students in a healthcare career pathway may be eligible for up to $10,000 toward the cost of completing a qualified healthcare program within a 2-year timeframe.

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Workforce Development Training Fund
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The Workforce Development Training Fund is a Wyoming-based program connecting employers with professional development opportunities to increase employee skill attainment.

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Unemployment Insurance
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Unemployment Insurance (UI) is a safety net program that provides monetary assistance to eligible workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own.

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Workers’ Compensation
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Workers’ Compensation can help you find information about reporting an injury in the workplace, disability benefits and other related subjects.

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Identity Verification
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When you file a unemployment claim with Wyoming Unemployment Insurance, you will be asked to verify your identity through the identity verification service.

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We’re proud of the work we do to help build Wyoming’s vibrant communities

Our contributions to a stronger Wyoming include career guidance and training, employee development and retention, fair employment assurance and workplace safety, collecting and providing accurate labor market information, workers’ compensation, unemployment insurance, and helping individuals with disabilities acquire and retain employment.

“The Department of Workforce Services (DWS) is dedicated to Wyoming. Our mission – ‘Collaborating to support a thriving workforce and economy’ – and our vision – ‘Leading workforce innovation and investing in employee development today, for a stronger tomorrow’– are reflected in the communities and people we serve every day.”

Liz Gagen,
Director, Wyoming Department of Workforce Services