Business Insider Magazine combined six measures of labor-market and general economic health for all the states and the District of Columbia. Their study included unemployment rate, job growth, per-capita GDP, GDP growth, average weekly wages, and wage growth. With all of those factors combined they rated each state and DC.

Wyoming Ranked #2.

"Wyoming's average weekly wage growth rate of 11.8% between November 2017 and November 2018 was the highest among the states and DC, and its non-farm payroll job growth rate of 3.2% over that year was the third-highest."