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The Kansas economy has grown steadily for the past six years and this is reflected in the number of Kansas jobs hiring. In 2016, jobs in the private sector rose by 8,300 and the unemployment rate dropped to its lowest level in 15 years. Total jobs rose by 9.1 percent in 2016, creating 48,908 open positions.

Kansas Jobs Hiring

With a growing population of 2.9 million, transportation assets, lower costs, skilled labor and tax incentives, the Sunflower State is an attractive spot for investment and innovation. The major industries dominating the Kansas economy are:

  • Alternative energy
  • Bioscience
  • Food processing
  • Logistics and distribution
  • Advanced manufacturing

Advanced Manufacturing

Spirit AeroSystems, Cessna, and General Motors are major companies that made the move to Kansas and continue to power the Kansas economy. Kansas leads the world in aviation manufacturing and is constantly improving manufacturing processes. Equipment manufacturers such as Bombardier, Learjet, Beechcraft, and Airbus are among the manufacturers in Kansas that make up one of the largest aerospace labor pools in the world.

Bioscience

Kansas is home to the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility as well as the University of Kansas. The former is scheduled to be completed in 2022, creating hundreds of jobs at the facility. There are numerous federal jobs in Wichita, Kansas, too.

Logistics and Distribution

Kansas has an excellent transportation infrastructure, and its central location in the United States makes it a strategicallynationwide distribution center. Walmart, Home Depot, Target, JC Penney, Amazon, Coleman, and Foot Locker have facilities in the state to take advantage of this. Kansas is also part of the NAFTA corridor, the central interstate highway that connects trade with Mexico and Canada.

Alternative Energy

Kansas is a natural pioneer when it comes to renewable energy due to its location and abundant natural resources. The state continues to make advances and runs 15 biofuel facilities.

Food Processing

Kansas still leads the pack as the number-one producer of wheat in the United States. Frito Lay, Mars, Cargill and Sara Lee represent a few of the companies that make this an industry with plenty of job opportunities.

Those looking for jobs can find plenty of opportunities in the Sunflower State, which continues to nurture a healthy economy and abundant job opportunities.

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