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Wyoming Degrees and Job Market

Wyoming is ranked 29th for the lowest cost of living in the 3rd quarter of 2010, and has an unemployment rate of 6.7 percent. Its top industries are agriculture and mining, with future top industries including business, finance and professional and technical services. Wyoming careers in these fields can be found as engineers, computer specialists and a need for accountants and auditors.

Wyoming Jobs: The Current Outlook

As the business world keeps changing, so do Wyoming careers in the field. Wyoming careers in business and financial operations, such as accountants and auditors, should see an increase of 1,801 jobs by 2014, with a total of 514 jobs specifically for accountants and auditors. In 2009, the median annual salary was $60,720, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Computer specialists in Wyoming could see an increase from 1,935 current jobs to 2,644 jobs by 2014. In 2009, there were 490 employed computer specialists, with a median annual salary of $42,540 in 2009, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Wyoming Schools: A Start to Career Advancement

Wyoming careers in finance, business and computer science require a degree or certificate from an accredited program. Programs in these fields can be found online or on-campus at or from a Wyoming school and provides the necessary hands-on training, techniques and skills necessary for entry-level positions. The job market should be good for those with a certificate or degree because of the added experience and skills needed for the changing industries. Added certifications from Wyoming schools in your specific field, such as becoming a certified CPA or computer software engineer, may help career advancement.

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