Tag archive


More Than $21 Million In Wrongful Unemployment Benefits Paid To Wyoming Workers During COVID

in Unemployment/News
Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images

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.

21028 Keep Reading | 1225 words

Wyoming Unemployment Rate Down As People Leave Job Force

in Unemployment/News

Wyoming’s unemployment rate continued to fall in August, but the decline was due more to people leaving the job force than getting jobs.

13535 Keep Reading | 459 words

Wyoming Unemployment Remained Relatively Stable In June

in Unemployment/News

Wyoming’s unemployment rate increased slightly from May to June, according to state figures, ending the first half of 2021 at 5.6%.

12156 Keep Reading | 482 words

Wyoming Sees Seasonal Unemployment Drop In April

in Unemployment/News

Wyoming’s unemployment rate fell in April from March, following annual seasonal trends, according to the state Department of Workforce Services

10997 Keep Reading | 603 words

Wyoming Employers Thank Gordon For Cutting Off Federal Covid Unemployment Checks

in Unemployment/News

Many Wyoming employers who are struggling to find workers are thanking Gov. Gordon for cutting federal unemployment benefits.

10890 Keep Reading | 1279 words

Wyoming Jobless Rate Steady As Seasonal Jobs Crop Up

in Unemployment/News

Wyoming’s unemployment rate remained steady in March from February as seasonal jobs began to increase around the state.

10124 Keep Reading | 523 words

Wyoming Ranked Best in the Nation for Paying Unemployment

in Unemployment/News/Coronavirus

Wyoming had enough money in its unemployment insurance trust fund at the beginning of the year to pay unemployment benefits for about six years

3996 Keep Reading | 581 words

Sound off: Converse County leads state’s boom

in Economic development/Column/Business/Bill Sniffin
Sound off Wyoming's local economies

Of Wyoming’s 23 counties, why is Converse County leading the way economically?

1816 Keep Reading | 2259 words

0 $0.00
Go to Top