Highlights of CWC Employment:
  • The college had 411 hires last fiscal year into full-time, part-time, temporary, student, community education or adjunct instruction positions.
  • A total of 821 individuals were employed in one capacity or another during calendar year 2013.
  • The college paid $14,009,296.37 in total wages for Fiscal Year 13.
  • The average annual salary for full-time, benefited positions for fiscal year 2013 was $48,232.68.
Employee Profile 
Average age49
Age range23 to 70
Female55 percent
Male45 percent
Married46 percent
Age Distribution
Age RangePercent of full-time workforce
Under 30  7.3 percent
30-3917.3 percent
40-4924.6 percent
50-5932.7 percent
60-6412.1 percent
65 and over     6 percent
Race/Ethnicity Representation 
Nonresident Alien  0.2 percent
Hispanic/Latino   3.6 percent
American Indian/Alaskan native  3.6 percent
Asian  0.8 percent
White 92.8 percent
Race/ethnicity not disclosed  2.8 percent
Length of ServiceFull-time, benefited employees only
Average length of service10.5 years
Median length of service8.7 years
Length of service range1 month to 41 years
Distribution of years of service 
Less than 1  9.4 percent
1 to 418.9 percent
5-926.6 percent
10 to 1420.1 percent
15 to 2013.5 percent
20 plus11.5 percent
Employment by type 
Instructional30.2 percent
Professional27.6 percent
Clerical15.0 percent
Service/maintenance13.0 percent
Executive/management  6.1 percent
Skilled craft 2.0 percent
Technical 6.1 percent
Where do CWC employees work?Percentage of workforce by location
Dubois 0.4 percent
Lander 4.8 percent
Jackson 2.8 percent
Riverton91.2 percent
Out-of-state 2.8 percent



Photos by Aubry Hartwell, Terance Oldman, Lonnie Slack

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