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Map of State of Kansas
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Civilian Labor Force

   Percent Change
Area 201220162012 - 2016
Kansas1,485,2201,484,001-0.1decrease

Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

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Labor Force Participation Rate

   Percent Change
Area 201120162011 - 2016
Kansas68.766.0-3.9decrease

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey five-year average ending in year shown.

Employment and Unemployment Rate

 --- Employment ----- Unemployment Rate --
   Percent Change  Percent Change
Area 201220162012 - 2016201220162012 - 2016
Kansas1,400,1221,422,1221.6increase5.74.2-26.3decrease

Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

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Commuting Patterns

2009-13 County-to-County Worker Flow by Region


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States are grouped by BEA Region (http://www.stats.indiana.edu/maptools/maps/boundary/bea_regions.gif) with the exception of Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma which are shown individually.
Kansas counties that are not in an EDD (Brown, Douglas, Franklin, Jackson, Jefferson, Nemaha, Osage, and Shawnee) are shown combined with the MO-KAN counties (Atchison and Doniphan) as Northeast Kansas. A reference map of regions in Kansas is available in PDF and JPG.


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Occupation

   Percent Change
Occupation 201120162011 - 2016
Civilian employed population, 16 years and over1,393,6581,408,9181.1increase
  Management, business, science, and arts occupations499,688523,1354.7increase
  Sales and office occupations338,777321,104-5.2decrease
  Service occupations228,837235,2212.8increase
  Production, transportation, and material moving occupations185,835191,8563.2increase
  Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations140,521137,602-2.1decrease

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey five-year average ending in year shown.

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Agriculture - Farm Employment

   Percent Change
Area 201120162011 - 2016
Kansas65,76164,698-1.6decrease

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic Information System (REIS)

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Banking

 --- Number of Small Business Loans ----- Average Loan Amount at Origination --
   Percent Change  Percent Change
Area 201120152011 - 2015201120152011 - 2015
Kansas34,09335,8545.2increase44,29442,359-4.4decrease

Source: Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council


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Energy - Oil and Gas Production

Oil Production (Barrels)

Percent Change
Area 201320172013 - 2017
Kansas46,845,54435,822,034-23.5decrease


Gas Production (Thousands of Cubic Feet)

Percent Change
Area 201320172013 - 2017
Kansas293,437,001215,693,605-26.5decrease

Source: Kansas Geological Survey, Oil and Gas Production in Kansas

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Retail Trade - Employment

   Percent Change
Area 201120162011 - 2016
Kansas180,787191,1695.7increase

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic Information System (REIS)


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High Growth Industries

Employment in High Growth Industries20112016Percent
Change
Vegetable and Melon Farming1038292.3
Sound Recording Industries1241254.3
Other Investment Pools and Funds115376228.2
Railroad Rolling Stock Manufacturing111339205.9
Hardware Manufacturing59164178.3

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Local Employment Dynamics. LED data are designed to preserve employment trends while protecting the data of individual firms. Data are suppressed where they do not meet publication standards. Use caution when using individual counts by industry.

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Top Industries

Top Industries by Employment20112016Percent
Change
All NAICS Industry Groups1,281,3591,349,2355.3
Elementary and Secondary Schools94,65094,445-0.2
Restaurants and Other Eating Places82,62690,2509.2
General Medical and Surgical Hospitals57,22960,5925.9
Executive, Legislative, and Other General Government Support52,00851,810-0.4
Aerospace Product and Parts Manufacturing33,86930,687-9.4

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Local Employment Dynamics. LED data are designed to preserve employment trends while protecting the data of individual firms. Data are suppressed where they do not meet publication standards. Use caution when using individual counts by industry.

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Industry Clusters

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Source: InnovateKansas, Advanced Manufacturing Institute, Kansas State University.


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