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Career Colleges and Vocational Schools in Wyoming

 

Trade Schools in Wyoming

If you're interested in exploring a career path through trade schools in Wyoming, you'll find that this Western state has much to offer students and job seekers alike. The economy in Wyoming is built on mining and tourism, with the largest exports including minerals like coal, methane, oil, natural gas, trona and uranium. A majority of workers are employed in the mining and hospitality industries.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that in 2009, Wyoming had 750 petroleum engineers, 570 refinery operators and 360 power plant operators. In other vocations, the state had 2,990 nursing aides; 2,830 electricians; 3,020 carpenters; 1,930 plumbers; and 2,500 welders, cutters and solderers. Wyoming had a relatively low unemployment rate of 6.4 percent in December 2010, down from 7.5 percent in December 2009.

Create a prosperous career at trade schools in Wyoming

Covered in mountain ranges and wilderness areas, scenic Wyoming is an ideal locale for those who enjoy the freedom of the outdoors and rural living. Although it is the 10th largest U.S. state in terms of area, it has the smallest population; the Census Bureau reports 544,270 residents in 2009. The majority of work in the skilled trades is found in the larger city centers, such as the capital, Cheyenne, and the major mining areas in the Powder River Basin, Green River Basin and the Wind River Range.

In 2009, the BLS reported the state's mean annual income as $39,910. In the same year, plumbers earned $40,390, oil and mining service operators $42,510, aircraft mechanics $45,450, electricians $48,490, and brickmasons $43,210.

 

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