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2019 Kansas Wage Survey Now Available Online

by Audri Smith | Aug 23, 2019

The Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) 2019 Kansas Wage Survey is now available online. The survey is sample-based and asks employers to provide data regarding occupational employment and wages for their establishment. The results detail estimated wage (annual and/or hourly) and employment data for most occupations in the state, its metro areas and designated non-metro areas. Data for all 105 counties are available.

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