Casper, WY – A business survey indicates that Wyoming is expected to see strong economic growth in the months ahead.
The survey is conducted by Creighton University economics professor Ernie Goss. It indicated that Wyoming's business index expanded in November to 90-point-nine, up from 81-point-four in October.
The index is based on a survey in which supply and purchasing managers are surveyed for orders, production, inventory, employment and speed of deliveries. A score above 50 indicates an expanding economy.
Goss says the survey indicates that job and economic growth for the state continues to be significantly above the rest of the nation.