UnemploymentThe unemployment rate for Kansas, as a whole, increased by 0.4 percentage points from June to July of 2015. The Wichita, Topeka, Manhattan and Lawrence MSAs all experienced similar unemployment rate increases for that same period, increasing by 0.5 percentage points in Wichita, 0.4 percentage points in Topeka and Lawrence, and 0.3 percentage points in Manhattan.

A slide presentation is available with additional employment and unemployment data for Kansas and its four metro areas.

View the July slide presentation.

View the June slide presentation.

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