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Income, Employment, and Gross Domestic Product by Industry

Income, Employment, and Gross Domestic Product by Industry is a presentation of federal government data for Wyoming and its 23 counties. It includes several of the best indicators of Wyoming's demographic and economic growth presented in a format which can be easily used for planning and projection purposes. All data are from the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), Regional Economic Analysis Division, Washington, DC 20230 (http://www.bea.gov).

Wyoming Employment, Income, and Gross Domestic Product Report: 2010 (pdf, 112 pages)

 Regional Economic Profiles for U.S., Wyoming, and Counties: 1969 to 2012    

Total Full-Time and Part-Time Employment by Industry (NAICS) for Wyoming and Counties: 2001 to 2012
Total Full-Time and Part-Time Employment by Industry (SIC) for Wyoming and Counties: 1969 to 2000
Download the EXCEL file of this table (1969-2000)

Personal Income by Major Source and Earnings by Industry (NAICS) for Wyoming and Counties: 2001 to 2012
Personal Income by Major Source and Earnings by Industry (SIC) for Wyoming and Counties: 1969 to 2000:
Download the EXCEL file of the following tables

  Wyoming

  Albany

  Big Horn

  Campbell

  Carbon

  Converse


  Crook

  Fremont

  Goshen

  Hot Springs

  Johnson

  Laramie


  Lincoln

  Natrona

  Niobrara

  Park

  Platte

  Sheridan


  Sublette

  Sweetwater

  Teton

  Uinta

  Washakie

  Weston

 Personal Current Transfer Receipts for Wyoming and Counties: 1990 to 2012     

 Farm Income and Expenses for Wyoming and Counties: 1990 to 2012     

  Gross Domestic Product by Industry (SIC) for Wyoming 1963 to 1997:

  Wyoming Gross Domestic Product (Millions of Current Dollars)

  Wyoming Gross Domestic Product (Millions of 1997 Chained Dollars)         

  Gross Domestic Product by Industry (NAICS) for Wyoming 1997 to 2013:

  Wyoming Gross Domestic Product (Millions of Current Dollars)

  Wyoming Gross State Product (Millions of 2009 Chained Dollars)         

Cautionary Note: There is a discontinuity in the GDP time series at 1997, where the data change from SIC industry definitions to NAICS industry definitions. This discontinuity results from many sources, including differences in source data and different estimation methodologies. In addition, the NAICS-based GDP estimates are consistent with U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) while the SIC-based GDP estimates are consistent with U.S. gross domestic income (GDI). This data discontinuity may affect both the levels and the growth rates of the GDP estimates. Users of the GDP estimates are strongly cautioned against appending the two data series in an attempt to construct a single time series of GDP estimates for 1963 to 2012.





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