County adds new jobs, increases payroll and weekly wages


November 24, 2022

In the space of a year, Crook County has added almost 100 jobs to its economy, a 3.5% increase in employment opportunity, according to figures released by the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services in its quarterly census of employment.

The data spans the second quarter of 2021 to the second quarter of 2022 and shows that, during those 12 months, the total number of jobs rose by 91, much of it within private industry.

Total wages within Crook County also rose over that time by 11.5%, or $3,471,400, now sitting at $33,747,862. The average weekly wage in this county increased by 7.7% from $...

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