The Wyoming Women’s Foundation (WYWF) invests in the economic self-sufficiency of women and opportunities for girls in Wyoming.
What does it take to be self-sufficient? Enter your county and family composition into our calculator to find out.
The Wyoming legislature in 2003 funded a study that confirmed the wage gap disparity between men and women. Since that time, updated reports show Wyoming’s ranking has remained one of the worst in the nation.
WYOMING WOMEN’S ANTELOPE HUNT
The Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt was founded in 2013 by the Wyoming Women’s Foundation as a platform for mentoring and developing camaraderie between women.
Hunting is a long-standing Wyoming tradition and a skill that honors our state’s cultural roots. Teaching women to hunt can help them feed their families nutritious food and fulfills WYWF’s mission of investing in economic self-sufficiency of women.
What is the wage gap IN YOUR COunty?
Wyoming has the third-largest wage gap in the nation: women make 69 cents for every dollar a man makes. Percentages represent the average amount women earn in comparison to average men’s earnings, in each county.
Pick a county on the map to explore more.