Kansas job market statistics are listed below to help you decide whether being a resident here would be a good idea.
Kansas households bring in roughly $48,964 annually. When a comparison is made with last year's reports, it shows that $48,964 is 1.64% lower; and when compared to the past three years' reports, it shows that this amount is a 6.58% decrease. Keep in mind, though, Kansas has an 87.7 cost of living index.
The Kansas unemployment rate is currently at 6.5%, which is lower than the U.S. average. Currently, it is also at a 0.77% job growth rate. In the future, this rate is expected to get as high as 35.04%.