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  • Kansas and 17 Other States Lose Private-Sector Jobs in May

    Kansas and 17 Other States Lose Private-Sector Jobs in May0

    The May Labor Report from the Kansas Department of Labor shows Kansas lost 1,200 private-sector jobs. Kansas was one of only 18 states that lost jobs this month, while the nation overall added 241,000 private-sector jobs. Updated jobs numbers for April show that private-sector jobs were 500 more than what was estimated last month; previous

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  • Declining April Jobs in Kansas Amidst Recession Fears

    Declining April Jobs in Kansas Amidst Recession Fears0

    The April Labor Report from the Kansas Department of Labor shows Kansas lost 100 private-sector jobs. Updated jobs numbers show that private-sector jobs in March were 3,000 more than what was estimated last month; previous job numbers are routinely updated in subsequent months to reflect more accurate data estimates for the time. At the same

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  • September 2021 Jobs Report: Growth on the Horizon?

    September 2021 Jobs Report: Growth on the Horizon?0

    The September jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that Kansas gained an estimated 1,100 private-sector jobs from the previous month. This comes as part of a recent trend of slowing job growth, with a 0.4% increase in July, a 0.3% increase last month, and now a 0.1% increase this month. Kansas still

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  • August Jobs Numbers Show Slow Growth for Kansas

    August Jobs Numbers Show Slow Growth for Kansas0

    The August jobs report shows Kansas gained 2,900 private-sector jobs. This was a slightly slower growth rate of 0.3% compared to last month’s growth of 0.4%. Kansas still has about 29,000 fewer jobs than in January 2020; at the pace private jobs have been added this year, private-sector employment won’t return to the pre-pandemic level

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  • Kansas lost 4,000 private jobs, added 8,500 gov’t. jobs in 2Q

    Kansas lost 4,000 private jobs, added 8,500 gov’t. jobs in 2Q0

    4,000 private-sector jobs were lost in Kansas during the 2nd quarter of 2021, but 8,500 government jobs were added at the same time, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Local units of government – mostly cities, counties, and school districts – added 6,000 jobs; state agencies and universities added 2,600, and federal jobs declined

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