Wyoming

  • Project Labor Agreements

    No state policy and infrequent use at the local level.

  • Prevailing Wage

    Yes; $100,000.

  • Right to Work

    Yes.

  • Public-Private Partnerships

    No statute authorizes or prohibits P3s on public construction projects.

  • Workforce Development Incentives

    Current labor supply satisfies 38% of peak labor demand.

    State offered $5,461,647 in grants and incentives for workforce preparation and development in 2019.

     

  • Career and Technical Education

    95% of CTE high school graduates are placed in colleges or careers.

    Wyoming does not recognize NCCER as an approved curriculum for CTE programs.

  • Job Growth Rate

    -2.8%.

Monthly Unemployment Rate in Wyoming

Industry Overview

Prompt Pay

PrivateNo law in place.
Public: 45 days after invoice.
Subs: No law in place for public or private projects.

Immigration/E-Verify Mandate

No law in place.

Percentage of State GDP From Nonresidential Construction

5.3%.

Incidence Rate

2.5

Occupational Safety & Health Oversight (State vs. Federal)

State plan covers private workplaces and state and local workplaces.

Percentage of Union Membership in Private Construction

7.7%.

Marijuana Legalization Status

Low THC marijuana legal for medicinal use.

Business Facts

Minimum Wage

7.25

Percentage of Pensions Funded

75.9%

Effective Real-Estate Tax Rate

0.55%

Corporate Income Tax Rate(s)

0.00%

State and Local Public Construction Expenditures (in millions)

$771