Moving to Wyoming

Written by Alyssa Howard, Moveboxer.com

Wyoming offers the allure and fascination traditionally associated with the American west. Many of the small towns have retained their old western atmosphere and proximity to working ranches. Make sure to experience the wonders of both Yellowstone and the Grand Teton National Parks and enjoy outdoor activities such as boating, fishing and hiking.

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Wyoming Compared to USA Averages
USA Wyoming
Population: 311,591,917 509,294
Home Ownership Rate: 66.6% 70.2%
High School Graduates: 85.0% 91.3%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 27.9% 23.6%
Persons Per Household: 2.59 2.44
Persons Per Square Mile: 87.4 5.8
Average Commute (min.): 25.2 18.5
Average Home Price: $188,400 $174,000
Median Household Income: $51,914 $53,802
Persons Below Poverty Level: 13.8% 9.8%
Features of Car Insurance Requirements*: 25/100/15


* Car Insurance Requirements: The first number is bodily injury liability limit per person, the second is bodily injury liability per accident, and the third is total coverage for property damage.

Source: http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/30000.html

Key Facts About Wyoming
State Capital: Cheyenne
Top 5 Cities: Cheyenne
Casper
Laramie
Gillette
Rock Springs
Major Newspapers: Casper Journal
Casper Star Tribune
Laramie Boomerang
Wyoming Tribune Eagle
Buffalo Bulletin
Professional Sports Teams: None

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