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Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Divisions

  • Business Training and Support Unit

    Connects employers with professional development opportunities to increase employee skill attainment.

  • Communications

    Provides information, education, and data on the Wyoming Workforce, and handles all media inquiries and public records requests for the department.

  • Disability Determination

    Determines whether claimants are eligible for Social Security disability benefits.

  • Employment Tax

    Responsible for the Audit and Compliance functions of both the Unemployment Insurance and Workers’ Compensation programs.

  • Labor Standards

    Enforces all labor laws created for the protection of Wyoming workers.

  • OSHA

    Ensures that all of Wyoming’s businesses are safe places to work.

  • Research & Planning

    Collects, analyzes, and publishes timely and accurate labor market information (LMI) meeting established statistical standards.

  • State Mine Inspector’s Office

    Information about certifications, inspections, rules, and training related to the mining industry.

  • Unemployment Insurance

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

  • Vocational Rehabilitation

    Committed to helping people with disabilities establish and reach vocational goals that help them become productive working citizens.

  • Workers’ Compensation

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

  • Workforce Center & Program Operations

    Responsible for the employment and human services aspects of DWS.

Report

Current Wyoming labor market statistics

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

289,643

Labor Force

280,569

No. of Employed

9,074

No. of Unemployed

3.1%

Unemployment rate