Moving to Wyoming

Wyoming is the 10th largest state by area, yet it is the second least populated state in the US with roughly 580,000 residents.
The Rocky Mountains make up much of western Wyoming. The eastern portion of the state is comprised of prairie that sits at a high elevation, and is known as the High Plains.
Nearly half of Wyoming’s land is owned by the US government. This land is made up of national parks including Yellowstone and Grand Teton, national monuments, national recreation areas, historic sites, national forests and wildlife refuges.
The land was originally inhabited by several Native American tribes, including the Shoshone, the Crow, the Lakota and the Arapaho.
The main draw to Wyoming is the preserved lands found in both Yellowstone and Grand Tetons National Parks. Here, you will find incredible geological wonders, opportunities for hiking, rafting, camping, and so much more.

Geography & Climate

Wyoming has a truly diverse landscape. It is here where the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains meet. Essentially, this state is a large plateau that is broken up by several mountain ranges. Expansive prairie lands can be found in the east and towering mountain ranges are in the west.
The climate of Wyoming is varied, largely due to the topography of the state. Annual precipitation is much lower than the national average, with much of the state receiving less than 10 inches of rain a year; however, some mountain locations do receive more precipitation, with about 20 inches of rainfall annually.

Community & Lifestyle

The culture of the Native American tribes that once solely inhabited the state can be seen virtually everywhere. Ranches have also played a significant role in this state, and are still largely operational today.
Overall, the lifestyle in Wyoming is generally relaxed. The residents enjoy a leisurely way of life, taking advantage of the vast acres of undisturbed lands and natural wonders that can be found throughout the state.
Yellowstone National Park is one of the most popular tourist attractions. People from around the globe visit here each year to catch a glimpse Old Faithful. Grand Teton National Park is also very popular among tourists.
There are several institutions of higher education in Wyoming. Some of the most notable include the University of Wyoming and Wyoming Catholic College.
The state offers a peaceful lifestyle and so many incredible natural wonders. If you’re moving to Wyoming, consider hiring professional movers to help you. Research local moving services and contact the ones with the best customer reviews. Reputable moving companies will have excellent references and be able to provide you with a free estimate. Collect your moving boxes early to give yourself plenty of time to pack and create a moving checklist to make sure not details are overlooked. Professional movers can make your move to Wyoming hassle-free.




Jobs & Local Economy

The unemployment rate in Wyoming is 4.3% which is slightly lower than the national average of 4.4% (June 2017).
The economy of Wyoming is made up of diverse industries. The primary industries include travel and tourism and mineral extraction. However, the medical and education industries also contribute a large portion to the economy.
The state’s largest employers include the University of Wyoming, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center and the government.
The overall cost of living in Wyoming is lower than the national average.




Attractions

Moving to Wyoming also means you get to enjoy these nearby attractions:

Yellowstone National Park

The most notable attraction in Wyoming is Yellowstone National Park. Comprising nearly 3,500 square feet of wilderness on top of a volcanic hot spot, Yellowstone offers a wealth of incredible opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Geysers, including Old Faithful, Grand Prismatic Spring, the Yellowstone River and Yellowstone Lake and towering mountains and Mount Washburn are just some of the sites to see here.

Devils Tower

This national monument in Crook County is a marvel of nature. A laccolithic butte made of igneous rock, Devils Tower reaches 870 feet into the sky. It was formed from an extinct volcano, and has played a significant role in many Native American ceremonies.



State stats & Taxes

585500

Total Population

60214

Average Household Income

195400

Median Home Sales Price

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Bachelors Degree or higher

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High School or GED

Less than High School

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People Moving Today

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