Wyoming is a western U.S. state defined by vast plains and the Rocky Mountains. Its famed Yellowstone National Park, a nearly 3,500-sq.-mile wilderness recreation area, is home to hundreds of animal species, dramatic canyons and alpine rivers. The park's gushing geysers include the iconic Old Faithful. To the south is Grand Teton National Park, known for backcountry skiing areas, forested trails and Snake River.
The state of Wyoming has a population of 532,304, and is formerly abbreviated as WY. Wyoming has 214,423 households in the state, with an average of 2.41 people living in each of them. Of the 532,304 people living in Wyoming, 50.66% are male, 49.34% are female, 59.97% are married and 40.03% are single. 60.94% of existing homes are owned by inhabitants, with a median home cost of $170,870 in the state.
Air quality in Wyoming is rated at 89.2/100, and water quality at 55/100. There are 177.5 physicians in Wyoming per 100,000 of the population. Unemployment rates average 6.90% in the state and the sales tax rate is 5.00%.
Average income per household in Wyoming is $52,371. 10.74% of households have income levels less than $15,000 per year. 20.72% of households have income levels between $50,000 and $75,000 annually, and 0.42% earn more than $500,000 per year.