Wyoming Economic Analysis Division

Wyoming’s Population Nears 583,000, Natrona and Teton Counties State’s Fastest Growers
Wyoming’s Population Nears 583,000, Natrona and Teton Counties State’s Fastest Growers
Wyoming’s population grew by about one percent last year to 582,658. Officials with the state’s Economic Analysis Division gathered the county and statewide information between July 2012 and July 2013. Principal economist Wenlin Liu says last year's increase was average when compared to the rest of the Intermountain West...
Q2 2013 State Econ. Summary: Wyoming’s Recovery “Poised to Reaccelerate”
Q2 2013 State Econ. Summary: Wyoming’s Recovery “Poised to Reaccelerate”
State economists say Wyoming's economic recovery is ready to accelerate again after a slowdown in late 2012 and early 2013. Wyoming Economic Analysis Division principal economist Wenlin Liu says construction, manufacturing and tourism will drive future recovery for the state, along with rebounding natural gas prices...
Census Data Shows Continued Growth for Wyoming
Census Data Shows Continued Growth for Wyoming
Recent census estimates show that Wyoming is still growing at an impressive rate. Census officials and state economists say central, southwest and northeast Wyoming towns and cities are growing the fastest. Between July of 2011 and July of 2012, six towns and cities in Wyoming grew by two percent or more, and two cities - Gillette and Casper - grew by over three percent...