Wyoming women as economic drivers
Working Women are Crucial to Wyoming’s Economy
Wyoming Women as Economic Drivers was funded in partnership with the Wyoming Council for Women (WCW) and the Equality State Policy Center (ESPC). Authored by Jen Simon, who serves as a Senior Policy Analyst with ESPC and the Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center (WYSAC).
- Points to research that demonstrates significant benefits to ensuring conditions that make working accessible to women.
- Is part of a larger conversation about women’s participation in the workforce, the importance of self-sufficient wages, and how the state can benefit as a whole.
- Concludes with policy recommendations that could help Wyoming tap into the underutilized economic resource of women in the workforce.
The release of Wyoming Women as Economic Drivers comes just after Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon unveiled Wyoming’s Strategy to Survive, Drive and Thrive, a three-part plan to economic recovery. The brief released today complements the Governor’s plan and may be a useful resource in Wyoming’s planning recovery efforts.