Where We Are and Where We’re Going
In 2013 Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey wrote a 5-part series of commentaries on employment/jobs in our community. His thoughts provide more useful insight into the current and future employment opportunities in Sheridan County and the forethought being given by our economic leaders.
1 – Jobs: Picking Our Targets
2 – Jobs: Tax and Regulatory Environment
3 – Jobs: Sheridan Workforce Development
4 – Quality of Life – Big Positive for Sheridan
5 – Jobs: How Soon Can We Start?
The most recently calculated unemployment rate for Sheridan County was 3.3% (August 2015). The corresponding national average for that same month was 5.2% (5.1% seasonally adjusted).
(Source: Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, Research & Planning;. Seasonally adjusted rates for Sheridan County are not available.)
Finding Your Workforce
Sheridan Workforce Center. Part of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, 61 S. Gould St., Sheridan. (307) 672-9775. www.wyomingatwork.com
Resource Staffing, Inc. 304 Coffeen Ave., Suite B, Sheridan. (307) 675-1960. Also maintains a pool of temporary workers. www.wystaffing.com
Chamber Website. We encourage Chamber member businesses and organizations to post your job openings on the Chamber website, in addition to using your other hiring outlets. The reach of this website is especially useful when you want your notice to reach an audience before our local market – either because qualified candidates may not already live in Sheridan County or to provide possibilities to those considering a move to Sheridan County. This service is limited to members of the Sheridan County Chamber and offered at no charge .
If you have an opening to post on our website, send an email to email@example.com, including:
– Your name and contact information
– Brief description of the position and, if possible, a link to a longer description
– When the posting should start and your best estimate of when it should “expire”
Click here to see the Member Job Listings page.