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Wyoming and County Profiles 2017

The fourth edition of “Wyoming and County Profiles” has been released by State of Wyoming, Economic Analysis Division. The updated 2017 publication provides a multitude of frequently requested statistics that measure the demographic, social, economic, housing, and revenue conditions of all 23 counties and Wyoming. More than 30 topics are covered with today’s release, such as population by age and race, employment and wages by industry, educational attainment, income and poverty, commuting, and land ownership.

The County Profiles provide essential information about Wyoming and individual county people, housing, and economy in a single place. Timely and accurate data are imperative for government, businesses, and communities to make the most informed decisions possible in areas such as strategic planning, economic development, and grant application.

  Albany • PDF

  Big Horn • PDF

  Campbell • PDF  

  Carbon • PDF

  Converse • PDF

  Crook • PDF

  Fremont • PDF

  Goshen • PDF

  Hot Springs • PDF  

  Johnson • PDF

  Laramie • PDF

  Lincoln • PDF

  Natrona • PDF

  Niobrara • PDF

  Park • PDF

  Platte • PDF

  Sheridan • PDF

  Sublette • PDF

  Sweetwater • PDF  

  Teton • PDF

  Uinta • PDF

  Washakie • PDF

  Weston • PDF

2016 Edition of Wyoming and County Profiles

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2012 Edition of Wyoming and County Profiles

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Last Modified: March 22, 2017