Rentals in Wyoming
Of the 262,286 Wyoming housing units, Renters account for 30.30%, or 67,525 of the occupied homes and home owners 69.70%. The average household size for rented homes is 2.44 persons in the state. The average rent for an apartment in Wyoming in the last 12 months has been $1479. The average rents for a 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bed apartments have been $1233, $1524, and $1601 respectively.
The capitol of Wyoming is Cheyenne and the population of Wyoming is 563,626. The most populated cities in Wyoming are Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, and Rock Springs.
Weather and Climate
Wyoming is a western state that contains both highland and semiarid climates. Average winter temperatures for Wyoming are cold which average at a high of 33 degrees and 10 for the low. Summer temperatures are pleasant with an average around 87 degrees for the high and 56 for the low. Wyoming has an annual average snowfall of 91.4 inches, and an average of 12.9 inches of annual rainfall.
50.9% of the population is male and 49.1% female in Wyoming. You will also find that the median age in Wyoming is 36.7 years, with men averaging at 36 years and women 37.7. Wyoming is home to 262,286 households, with each home averaging $53,512 in annual salaries. Wyoming sees 7.20% of the population in poverty, and 14.90% of its population does not have any health care coverage or insurance.
Sports Universities and Education
Wyoming is home to several major universities including University of Wyoming, Casper College, and Sheridan College. 26.9% of Wyoming residents are enrolled in college or university and 15.7% of the population have a bachelor's degree. It has no major league sports located in the state.
Industry and Employment
Top industries in Wyoming include mining, chemicals, lumber and wood products, printing and publishing, machinery, and tourism. It takes 18.3 minutes on average for the 280,614 employed residents of Wyoming to drive to work each day. 4.20% of Wyoming's population is unemployed.