May Labor Market Report
The state’s May seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 3.7 percent. This was down from 3.8 percent in April and from 4.2 percent in May 2015. “The Kansas unemployment rate in May was 3.7 percent,” said Kansas Secretary of Labor, Lana Gordon. “Not only does this represent a steady decline in the state’s jobless rate over the past three months, but this is also the lowest rate we’ve seen in more than fifteen years." Read more here.
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KDOL conducts workshops for an overview of current unemployment tax laws. Check the workshop schedule here.