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Moving to Wyoming

While it might not seem like moving to Wyoming is the most exciting thing ever, the fact is that this state has quite a bit to offer. You will need to take the time to discover the wonders of Wyoming before deciding whether or not it’s right for you.

Yellowstone National Park


Wyoming is one of the best places to experience America’s natural wonders—it has 12 state parks, five national forests, four wildlife refuges, and two national parks (Grand Teton and Yellowstone). Old Faithful just so happens to erupt on Wyoming turf 17 times a day, but besides that, you can wander between brilliantly-colored hot springs or past the first United States National Monument ever declared, Devils Tower.


Wyoming’s economy is greatly driven by the tourism and mineral extraction industries, though agriculture is another major aspect as well. Top employers are generally state or federal government-based, including the University of Wyoming and F.E. Warren Air Force Base. Unemployment, meanwhile, is slightly below the national average—but during the Recession, it was actually far below.

Wide Open Spaces

Wyoming doesn’t really do big cities—the largest in the state is the capital, Cheyenne, at a little more than 62,000 people. Which means, if crowds aren’t really your thing, Wyoming is a great choice for you. In fact, after Alaska, it has the lowest population density in America.

Health and Well-Being

In 2015, Wyoming ranked at number 5 in the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, meaning that it was one of the top states in the country with regards to the physical health, sense of community, financial health, social wellbeing, and sense of purpose of its inhabitants.