(Jackson, Wyo.) - Teton County has the highest cost of living in Wyoming, according to the Wyoming Department of Economics
In the last quarter of 2015, Teton County was found to have more expensive
food, housing, and transportation costs, as well as the highest cost of
living index. Sublette County and Campbell County came in second and third.
Apparel, Medical, Food, House, Recreational, and Transportation costs are
all factored together with inflation rates to calculate the cost of living
index. Teton County is approximately 44% more expensive to live than the
rest of the state.
In housing, Teton County was given a score of 178, meaning that it is 78%
more expensive to live here than the rest of Wyoming.
The state found an overall inflation rate of .5% last year. The national
rate is .7%.
See the full report here.
*Feature Photo: h/t Wyoming Department of Economics / Pitchengine