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Wyoming Career Opportunities – Three Senior Software Developers, Quality Assurance Analyst – Torrent Technologies

We value all members of our team, not just senior management. We believe that beyond a paycheck, every member wants challenging work and a sense of accomplishment and appreciation. We offer not only competitive compensation, but ownership as well by making Torrent’s Stock Option Plan available to all full-time employees.

Young Wyoming pros get ready to network

"The strength you carry is going to have some profound effects on our community for generations to come,"

Wyoming Business Council CEO, Tucker Fagan to exit

The Wyoming Business Council is a quasi-governmental agency that encourages business development.

Wyoming gets supercomputer

Construction on the $60 million data center for the geosciences will begin this year, according to a Tuesday announcement from the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo., and the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.

Living the Wyoming way

‘We need a way to help newcomers understand Wyoming and understand what makes us special and unique.’"

Report Finds Technology Industry Boosts Wyoming Economy

The state’s technology leaders realize that the state’s technology industry is key to achieving the vision of stabilizing and advancing Wyoming’s economy. Yet they recognize that growth in Wyoming technology is a long-term investment.

Shaping up future Wyoming business leaders

Around 65 high school students got a taste of what it’s like to be the boss Thursday, presenting and defending business plans for products ranging from lip balm to video games.

Wyoming Gov, Dave Freudenthal, sets ambitious agenda

"We must not be reckless or overly optimistic," Freudenthal said. "Nor should we allow the fear of the last economic downtown to freeze us in place and time."

Wyoming is searching for workers

A strong Wyoming economy combined with a shortage of skilled workers resulted in work force shortages in many industries, particularly the energy industry, food service, transportation and the support and administrative industries.

One-third of Wyoming doctors are planning to leave the state

Nearly one-third of Wyoming doctors are planning to leave the state eventually, and many of those say the cost of malpractice insurance is a factor, a new state report shows.