By Michael C. HallerESPN Staff WriterKansas City, Mo.
— Kansas City is the nation’s second-largest city.
If you’ve been in Kansas for more than 20 years, you probably know how much it can take to get a job in that city.
The median salary for new jobs in Kansas is $72,933 a year, and the median monthly income is $2,890, according to a recent analysis by the Kansas City Fed.
That means that if you’re a person who works in a retail store, a food service company, a health care service, a wholesale shop, a hardware store, an office, a medical office, and so on, you’ll likely make more than $100,000 a year.
More than half of all Kansas City jobs are in retail or food services, according the Kansas State University Center for Labor and Employment Research.
The city has about 30,000 retail jobs, according and about 2,500 food service jobs.
A full 80 percent of the jobs in retail and food services are in jobs that require some college education.
That’s because of the region’s high demand for college graduates and the need for a steady stream of college graduates to work in the region.
The retail industry is especially reliant on the skills of those with college degrees.
That can include a college degree or the skills that someone who holds a high school diploma already has.
In addition to the retail industry, there are also health care and other health care related industries that rely on college graduates, such as health care support staff, health care assistants, medical assistants, dental assistants, pharmacy assistants, nursing assistants, physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and more.
For all the money people in Kansas make, the state’s unemployment rate is 6.7 percent, according a survey by the state comptroller.
That statistic means people can be in the workforce without having a college education, but it also means that they can work when the economy is good.
Kansas City’s unemployment rates are high because people don’t want to work, even if it means working less.
About 4.7 million people are unemployed, according one study, and that number is expected to increase over the next five years to about 8.5 million.
The Kansas City metro area has seen an unemployment rate of 7.8 percent since January 2017, according an analysis by The Associated Press.
In Kansas City, the unemployment rate for new hires was 6.6 percent in December 2016, according that same study.
This is part of why many people want to move to Kansas.
They have to pay taxes and have to take time off to care for loved ones and friends.
The state has a median household income of $48,700 a year in Kansas, according data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
The metro area’s median household was $38,500 in November 2017.
The average household income in Kansas in 2016 was $51,300, according Census data.
The unemployment rate in the metro area is 9.4 percent.