Wyoming : What you need to know
The landscape of Wyoming is diverse, with the western two thirds graced with mountains, and the eastern third with elevated prairies known as the High Plains. Best places to live in Wyoming include Cheyenne, Casper, Rock Springs, Laramie, Gillette and Green River. The state's strong economy continues to advance with sectors like mineral extraction and energy. Outdoor recreation spots are majestic, led by Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park and Devils Tower National Monument.
- Cody, Cheyenne are two of many great choices.
- With scenic beauty and booming economies, these Wyoming cities are the most affordable and most attractive places to live in the Cowboy State
- Besides stunning views like this? The cost of living, the jobs, the numerous ways to get outside and be healthy.
- The top employers in Wyoming.
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- Natural beauty unlike anywhere else on Earth – everyone needs to explore these wide open spaces.
- Old Faithful, Buffalo Bill Center are two of numerous viewing choices
- Gillette College plays pivotal role in workforce development
- Our lovely infographic breaks it all down, including some hidden taxes you may not be aware of.
- The Gillette Farmers Market is in a growth phase, looking for a new location to take advantage of heightened vendor and community interest.
- Gillette, WY known as the Energy Capital of the Nation, is rich not only in natural resources, but also in job opportunities.
- Wyoming coal’s contribution to America’s energy goals – it is an affordable, abundant and independent source of power – can’t be overstated. Neither can its importance to families and businesses across the state.
- Summers means music in Wyoming with a slate of festivals across the state.
- Exports by Wyoming businesses totaled $1.4 billion in 2012 and over the past five years exports have grown by more than 30 percent. Wyoming as one of 11 states that saw double digit growth from 2011 to 2012.
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Quick Facts about WY
|Latest Population Increase||0.69%|
|Median Household Income||$58,840|
|Median Home Price||$194,800|
|Median Property Tax||$1,348|
Employment Rate in WY
Race in WY
Employment Rate in WY
Educational Levels in WY
|Graduate or Professional Degree||8.6%|
|High School Graduate||29.4%|
|Some College, No Degree||26.9%|
|Percent Bachelor's Degree or Higher||25.7%|
|Percent High School Graduate or Higher||92.3%|
Industry in WY
|Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting and Mining||12.7%|
|Transportation and Warehousing, and Utilities||6.3%|
|Finance and Insurance, and Real Estate and Rental and Leasing||4.2%|
|Professional, Scientific and Management and Administrative and Waste||6.7%|
|Educational Services and Health Care and Social Assistance||22.4%|
|Arts, Entertainment and recreation and Accommodation and food Services||10.3%|
|Other Services, Except Public Administration||4.5%|
Housing in WY
Data Sources : U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census, 2011-2015 American Community Survey, 2010 Census Gazetteer, GreatSchools, WalkScore, Bureau of Labor and Statistics, County Health Rankings & Roadmaps, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service, Veterans Administration (VA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Best places to Live in Wyoming
|Title||Population||Median Home Price||Median Household Income|