New numbers from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services suggest that people in the Cowboy State are going back to work, even if it is a seasonal job.
The Department says the statewide unemployment rate dropped from 3.9% in January 2023 to 3.8% in February. Johnson County’s rate for February was at 4.1%, and that is down from 4.3% in January. Sheridan County’s unemployment rate for February was at 4.0%, which is down from 4.3% in January.
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