In Wyoming, the study says the earned income equivalent for a family with both parents not working and two dependents, including unemployment and ACA benefits, was $79,294 last year.
According to an analysis by the Government Accountability Office, more than $21 million in wrongful unemployment benefits were distributed to Wyoming workers during the Covid pandemic.
Wyoming’s unemployment rate continued to fall in August, but the decline was due more to people leaving the job force than getting jobs.
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Wyoming’s unemployment rate dropped sharply in July as more people took seasonal jobs in the state’s leisure and hospitality and construction industries, according to a state report.
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Wyoming’s unemployment rate increased slightly from May to June, according to state figures, ending the first half of 2021 at 5.6%.
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Wyoming’s unemployment rate fell in April from March, following annual seasonal trends, according to the state Department of Workforce Services
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Many Wyoming employers who are struggling to find workers are thanking Gov. Gordon for cutting federal unemployment benefits.
Wyoming’s unemployment rate remained steady in March from February as seasonal jobs began to increase around the state.
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For the first time in nearly a year, Wyoming has seen an uptick in its unemployment rates.
Wyoming’s unemployment rate fell to 5.1% in January, the ninth month in a row after hitting a peak of rates last year.
Wyoming’s unemployment rate fell for the eighth straight month in December 2020, down from 5.1% in November to 4.8%.
Wyoming’s unemployment has continued to fall after the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, falling half a percent to 6.1% in September.
The state placed ninth for improvements in its unemployment rate seen since the coronavirus pandemic began in mid-March, according to personal finance website WalletHub.
Wyoming’s unemployment rate has again dropped since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in March, the Department of Workforce Services announced this week.
Wyoming has ranked in the top 10 states when it comes to the fastest recovering unemployment claims, a recent study declared.
Wyoming ranked 49th of 52 states and territories (the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico were included in the report) of Oxfam’s Best States to Work In analysis.
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services announced Tuesday that the state’s economy is gradually recovering from the large disruptions related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Wyoming’s unemployment claims have increased more than 900% in just one year, according to a recent study.
Wyoming’s unemployment rate fell by more than 1 percentage point in June, indicating the state is recovering from the economic hardships created by the coronavirus, a state agency announced Tuesday.
U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyoming, is concerned about how President Donald Trump’s administration is handling fraud and abuse by foreign entities regarding unemployment insurance.
The number of people filing new unemployment claims in Wyoming fell by more than 30% in the last week of May, but remained considerably higher than the number seen one year ago, according to a federal report.
Wyoming’s unemployment rate more than doubled in April, growing from 3.8% in March to 9.2%, with more than 15,000 workers losing their jobs .
Wyoming had enough money in its unemployment insurance trust fund at the beginning of the year to pay unemployment benefits for about six years