Wyoming Employment Background Check Information and Wyoming (WY) Criminal Data

Wyoming Employment Background CheckDid you know Wyoming is the least populous state in the USA? This week we are discussing Wyoming employment background check information, WY crime data, and other general Wyoming state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About Wyoming*

Wyoming Population and Age Distribution. Wyoming’s estimated population was 0.6 million. The median age was 36.9 years. 24% of the population was under the age of 18, and 13% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $54,901. The total number of households was 223,513 with an average of 2.52 people.

Wyoming Employment and Unemployment Rate. 63.6% of the Wyoming population over the age of 15 were employed which ranks 8th in the nation. The Wyoming unemployment rate is 5.6% which was ranked 47th in the country.

Types of Wyoming Employers. The types of employers in Wyoming were as follows: 21,206 (7.3%) were self-employed, 57,061 (19.8%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 210,171 (72.8%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five Wyoming Industries. The top five industries by percent in Wyoming were: Educational Services and Health Care (20.7%), Agriculture/Forestry/Fishing/Hunting/Mining (12.7%), Accommodations/Food Service/Entertainment (10.7%), Retail (10.1%), and Construction (8.2%),

Wyoming Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in Wyoming’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (31.6%), Sales and Office (21.1%), Service (18.3%), Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance (16.4%), and Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (12.6%).

Wyoming Health Insurance Coverage. 85% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (15% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 69% had private coverage and 28% had public coverage.

Disability. 12% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of Wyoming reported a disability. The Wyoming disability claim rate was ranked 32nd in the country.

For a list of Wyoming counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

Wyoming Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. Wyoming had 1,161 total violent crimes (which ranked 51st in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.28% (which ranked it 34th among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 14 were murders, 154 were forcible rapes, 61 were robberies, and 932 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. Wyoming had 13,222 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 2,125 were burglaries, 10,513 were larceny/thefts, and 584 were motor vehicle thefts.

Law Enforcement. Wyoming had the 12th most law enforcement employees per population. Wyoming ranked 11th in the nation for the most police officers per population.

For more Wyoming crime information, please see the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI).

Wyoming Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers two Wyoming employment background check products: a Wyoming county criminal background check and a Wyoming state criminal background check.

The Wyoming state criminal background check includes a Wyoming corrections background check, a sex offender record search of Wyoming as well as the entire country, and a search of the Most Wanted List. The corrections background check pulls from records of persons sentenced to a Wyoming detention facility. The Wyoming state criminal background check is “non-instant” and results are provided within seven to fourteen business days. The price of this product is only $24.95. For the full description, please visit our Wyoming criminal background check webpage.

The Wyoming county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and deferred judgments over the past seven years from the Circuit and District courts. The Wyoming county criminal check results are provided within five to seven business days. The cost of this product is $24.95.

Other Wyoming employment background check products include an instant national criminal background check that searches 46 states and D.C. (this product is $59.95) and a 3-state criminal background check (this product is $39.90).

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About Wyoming” data is from 2011. “Wyoming Crime Data” data is from 2012.

Wisconsin Employment Background Check Information and Wisconsin (WI) Criminal Data

Wisconsin Employment Background CheckDid you know Wisconsin is known as “America’s Dairyland” and is famous for cheese? This week we are discussing Wisconsin employment background check information, WI crime data, and other general Wisconsin state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About Wisconsin*

Wisconsin Population and Age Distribution. Wisconsin’s estimated population was 5.7 million. The median age was 38.8 years. 23% of the population was under the age of 18, and 14% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $51,059. The total number of households was 2,288,362 with an average of 2.44 people.

Wisconsin Employment and Unemployment Rate. 62.3% of the Wisconsin population over the age of 15 were employed which ranks 13th in the nation. The Wisconsin unemployment rate is 7.3% which was ranked 37th in the country.

Types of Wisconsin Employers. The types of employers in Wisconsin were as follows: 143,393 (5%) were self-employed, 356,795 (12.5%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 2,339,871 (82.3%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five Wisconsin Industries. The top five industries by percent in Wisconsin were: Educational Services and Health Care (23.7%), Manufacturing (18.4%), Retail (11.2%), Accommodations/Food Service/Entertainment (8.7%), and Professional/Administrative/Scientific (7.9%).

Wisconsin Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in Wisconsin’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (34.5%), Sales and Office (23.4%), Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (16.9%), Service (16.8%), and Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance (8.3%).

Wisconsin Health Insurance Coverage. 91% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (9% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 72% had private coverage and 31% had public coverage.

Disability. 11% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of Wisconsin reported a disability. The Wisconsin disability claim rate was ranked 37th in the country.

For a list of Wisconsin counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

Wisconsin Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. Wisconsin had 16,064 total violent crimes (which ranked 24th in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.32% (which ranked it 28th among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 173 were murders, 1,219 were forcible rapes, 4,622 were robberies, and 10,050 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. Wisconsin had 140,513 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 27,945 were burglaries, 104,352 were larceny/thefts, and 8,216 were motor vehicle thefts.

Law Enforcement. Wisconsin had the 23rd most law enforcement employees per population. Wisconsin ranked 26th in the nation for the most police officers per population.

For more Wisconsin crime information, please see the Wisconsin Public Records of the Wisconsin Circuit Courts Access (WCCA).

Wisconsin Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers two Wisconsin employment background check products: a Wisconsin county criminal background check and a Wisconsin state criminal background check.

The Wisconsin state criminal background check includes a Wisconsin courts background check, a Wisconsin corrections background check, a sex offender record search of Wisconsin as well as the entire country, and a search of the Most Wanted List. The Wisconsin Administrator of Courts background check pulls from traffic, misdemeanor, and felony case records. The Wisconsin state criminal background check is “instant” and results are received within seconds of placing an order. The price of this product is only $24.95. For the full description, please visit our Wisconsin criminal background check webpage.

The Wisconsin county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and deferred judgments over the past seven years from the Circuit courts. The Wisconsin county criminal check results are provided within one to three business days. The cost of this product is $24.95.

Other Wisconsin employment background check products include an instant national criminal background check that searches 46 states and D.C. (this product is $59.95) and a 3-state criminal background check (this product is $39.90).

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About Wisconsin” data is from 2011. “Wisconsin Crime Data” data is from 2012.

West Virginia Employment Background Check Information and WV Criminal Data

West Virginia Employment Background CheckDid you know West Virginia broke away from Virginia to become its own state in 1861 during the American Civil War? This week we are discussing West Virginia employment background check information, WV crime data, and other general West Virginia state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About West Virginia*

West Virginia Population and Age Distribution. West Virginia’s estimated population was 1.9 million. The median age was 41.5 years. 21% of the population was under the age of 18, and 17% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $40,196. The total number of households was 741,544 with an average of 2.44 people.

West Virginia Employment and Unemployment Rate. 49.7% of the West Virginia population over the age of 15 were employed which ranks 51 st in the nation. The West Virginia unemployment rate is 8.0% which was ranked 33rd in the country.

Types of West Virginia Employers. The types of employers in West Virginia were as follows: 33,580 (4.5%) were self-employed, 141,793 (18.8%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 576,303 (76.6%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five West Virginia Industries. The top five industries by percent in West Virginia were: Educational Services and Health Care (26%), Retail (13.3%), Accommodations/Food Service/Entertainment (9.2%), Manufacturing (8.2%), and Professional/Administrative/Scientific (7.8%).

West Virginia Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in West Virginia’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (31.5%), Sales and Office (24.8%), Service (18.7%), Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (12.9%), and Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance (12.2%).

West Virginia Health Insurance Coverage. 86% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (14% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 63% had private coverage and 37% had public coverage.

Disability. 19% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of West Virginia reported a disability. The West Virginia disability claim rate was ranked 1st in the country.

For a list of West Virginia counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

West Virginia Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. West Virginia had 5,869 total violent crimes (which ranked 39th in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.30% (which ranked it 31st among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 72 were murders, 421 were forcible rapes, 838 were robberies, and 4,538 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. West Virginia had 43,878 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 11,291 were burglaries, 30,378 were larceny/thefts, and 2,209 were motor vehicle thefts.

Law Enforcement. West Virginia had the 47th most law enforcement employees per population. West Virginia ranked 41st in the nation for the most police officers per population.

For more West Virginia crime information, please see the West Virginia Judiciary court system and the Supreme Court of Appeals.

West Virginia Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers two West Virginia employment background check products: a West Virginia county criminal background check and a West Virginia state criminal background check.

The West Virginia state criminal background check includes a West Virginia corrections background check, WV circuit court background check, a sex offender record search of West Virginia as well as the entire country, and a search of the Most Wanted List. The corrections background check pulls offender records from the West Virginia Department of Corrections. The West Virginia state criminal background check is “instant” and results are received within seconds of placing an order. The price of this product is only $24.95. For the full description, please visit our West Virginia criminal background check webpage.

The West Virginia county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and deferred judgments over the past seven years from the Magistrate courts and Circuit courts. The West Virginia county criminal check results are provided within one to three business days. The cost of this product is $24.95.

Other West Virginia employment background check products include an instant national criminal background check that searches 46 states and D.C. (this product is $59.95) and a 3-state criminal background check (this product is $39.90).

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About West Virginia” data is from 2011. “West Virginia Crime Data” data is from 2012.

Washington Employment Background Check Information and WA Criminal Data

Washington Employment Background CheckDid you know Washington is often referred to as “Washington state” but the official name is “The State of Washington? This state as well as the District of Columbia (Washington D.C.) are named after George Washington. This week we are discussing Washington employment background check information, WA crime data, and other general Washington state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About Washington*

Washington Population and Age Distribution. Washington’s estimated population was 6.9 million. The median age was 37.5 years. 23% of the population was under the age of 18, and 13% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $57,573. The total number of households was 2,636,817 with an average of 2.56 people.

Washington Employment and Unemployment Rate. 58.4% of the Washington population over the age of 15 were employed which ranks 27th in the nation. The Washington unemployment rate is 8.7% which was ranked 26th in the country.

Types of Washington Employers. The types of employers in Washington were as follows: 201,619 (6.3%) were self-employed, 520,804 (16.3%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 2,477,275 (77.3%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five Washington Industries. The top five industries by percent in Washington were: Educational Services and Health Care (21.3%), Professional/Administrative/Scientific (12.4%), Retail (11.5%), Manufacturing (10.8%), and Accommodations/Food Service/Entertainment (9.2%).

Washington Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in Washington’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (38.1%), Sales and Office (22.8%), Service (18%), Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (11.4%), and Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance (9.7%).

Washington Health Insurance Coverage. 86% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (14% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 69% had private coverage and 29% had public coverage.

Disability. 12% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of Washington reported a disability. The Washington disability claim rate was ranked 29th in the country.

For a list of Washington counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

Washington Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. Washington had 20,386 total violent crimes (which ranked 21st in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.19% (which ranked it 49th among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 206 were murders, 2,193 were forcible rapes, 5,745 were robberies, and 12,242 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. Washington had 252,333 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 60,725 were burglaries, 165,206 were larceny/thefts, and 26,402 were motor vehicle thefts.

Law Enforcement. Washington had the 51st most law enforcement employees per population. Washington ranked 51st in the nation for the most police officers per population.

For more Washington crime information, please see the Washington Courts – Search Case Records.

Washington Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers two Washington employment background check products: a Washington county criminal background check and a Washington state criminal background check.

The Washington state criminal background check includes a Washington courts background check, a sex offender record search of Washington as well as the entire country, and a search of the Most Wanted List. The Washington courts background check pulls from the superior courts for misdemeanor and felony records. The Washington state criminal background check is “instant” and results are received within seconds of placing an order. The price of this product is only $24.95. For the full description, please visit our Washington criminal background check webpage.

The Washington county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and deferred judgments over the past seven years from the district courts and superior courts. The Washington county criminal check results are provided within one to three business days. The cost of this product is $24.95.

Other Washington employment background check products include an instant national criminal background check that searches 46 states and D.C. (this product is $59.95) and a 3-state criminal background check (this product is $39.90).

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About Washington” data is from 2011. “Washington Crime Data” data is from 2012.

Virginia Employment Background Check Information and Virginia (VA) Criminal Data

Virginia Employment Background CheckDid you know Virginia is officially called the Commonwealth of Virginia? The three other states in the U.S. that are titled commonwealths are: Kentucky, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. This week we are discussing Virginia employment background check information, VA crime data, and other general Virginia state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About Virginia*

Virginia Population and Age Distribution. Virginia’s estimated population was 8.2 million. The median age was 37.5 years. 23% of the population was under the age of 18, and 13% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $61,741. The total number of households was 3,038,967 with an average of 2.61 people.

Virginia Employment and Unemployment Rate. 60.2% of the Virginia population over the age of 15 were employed which ranks 18th in the nation. The Virginia unemployment rate is 6.9% which was ranked 40th in the country.

Types of Virginia Employers. The types of employers in Virginia were as follows: 206,471 (5.2%) were self-employed, 805,644 (20.5%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 2,921,835 (74.2%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five Virginia Industries. The top five industries by percent in Virginia were: Educational Services and Health Care (21.4%), Professional/Administrative/Scientific (14.8%), Retail (11.1%), Public Administration (9.3%), and Accommodations/Food Service/Entertainment (8.9%).

Virginia Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in Virginia’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (41.9%), Sales and Office (23.1%), Service (16.9%), Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (9.5%), and Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance (8.5%).

Virginia Health Insurance Coverage. 88% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (13% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 74% had private coverage and 25% had public coverage.

Disability. 11% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of Virginia reported a disability. The Virginia disability claim rate was ranked 41st in the country.

For a list of Virginia counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

Virginia Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. Virginia had 15,564 total violent crimes (which ranked 26th in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.14% (which ranked it 51st among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 314 were murders, 1,452 were forcible rapes, 4,706 were robberies, and 9,092 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. Virginia had 176,985 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 29,511 were burglaries, 138,398 were larceny/thefts, and 9,076 were motor vehicle thefts.

Law Enforcement. Virginia had the 32nd most law enforcement employees per population. Virginia ranked 24th in the nation for the most police officers per population.

For more Virginia crime information, please see the Virginia’s Judicial System.

Virginia Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers two Virginia employment background check products: a Virginia county criminal background check and a Virginia state criminal background check.

The Virginia state criminal background check includes a Virginia courts background check, a sex offender record search of Virginia as well as the entire country, and a search of the Most Wanted List. The Virginia courts background check pulls court and parolee records from misdemeanor conviction and felony records. The Virginia state criminal background check is “instant” and results are received within seconds of placing an order. The price of this product is only $24.95. For the full description, please visit our Virginia criminal background check webpage.

The Virginia county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and deferred judgments over the past seven years from the General-District and Circuit courts. The Virginia county criminal check results are provided within one to three business days. The cost of this product is $24.95.

Other Virginia employment background check products include an instant national criminal background check that searches 46 states and D.C. (this product is $59.95) and a 3-state criminal background check (this product is $39.90).

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About Virginia” data is from 2011. “Virginia Crime Data” data is from 2012.

Vermont Employment Background Check Information and Vermont (VT) Criminal Data

Vermont Employment Background CheckDid you know Vermont is the second least populous state in the USA? This week we are discussing Vermont employment background check information, VT crime data, and other general Vermont state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About Vermont*

Vermont Population and Age Distribution. Vermont’s estimated population was 0.6 million. The median age was 42.4 years. 20% of the population was under the age of 18, and 16% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $52,977. The total number of households was 258,520 with an average of 2.32 people.

Vermont Employment and Unemployment Rate. 62.9% of the Vermont population over the age of 15 were employed which ranks 9th in the nation. The Vermont unemployment rate is 6.4% which was ranked 45th in the country.

Types of Vermont Employers. The types of employers in Vermont were as follows: 31,024 (9.5%) were self-employed, 45,645 (14%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 248,515 (76.2%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five Vermont Industries. The top five industries by percent in Vermont were: Educational Services and Health Care (27.5%), Retail (11.8%), Manufacturing (10.9%), Accommodations/Food Service/Entertainment (9.2%), and Professional/Administrative/Scientific (9%).

Vermont Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in Vermont’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (40.6%), Sales and Office (21.7%), Service (17.1%), Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (10.6%), and Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance (10%).

Vermont Health Insurance Coverage. 94% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (7% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 69% had private coverage and 39% had public coverage.

Disability. 13% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of Vermont reported a disability. The Vermont disability claim rate was ranked 17th in the country.

For a list of Vermont counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

Vermont Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. Vermont had 893 total violent crimes (which ranked 52nd in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.21% (which ranked it 47th among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 8 were murders, 121 were forcible rapes, 112 were robberies, and 652 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. Vermont had 15,016 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 3,965 were burglaries, 10,616 were larceny/thefts, and 435 were motor vehicle thefts.

Law Enforcement. Vermont had the 4th most law enforcement employees per population. Vermont ranked 4th in the nation for the most police officers per population.

For more Vermont crime information, please see the Vermont Crime Information Center (VCIC).

Vermont Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers two Vermont employment background check products: a Vermont county criminal background check and a Vermont state criminal background check.

The Vermont county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and deferred judgments over the past seven years. The Vermont county criminal check results are provided within five to seven business days. The cost of this product is $24.95.

The Vermont state criminal background check includes a Vermont corrections background check, a sex offender record search of Vermont as well as the entire country, and a search of the Most Wanted List. The corrections background check pulls from records of recent and current incarcerated inmates. The Vermont state criminal background check is “instant” and results are received within seconds of placing an order. The price of this product is only $24.95. For the full description, please visit our Vermont criminal background check webpage.

Other Vermont employment background check products include an instant national criminal background check that searches 46 states and D.C. (this product is $59.95) and a 3-state criminal background check (this product is $39.90).

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About Vermont” data is from 2011. “Vermont Crime Data” data is from 2012.