Report: Kansas Could See Slightly Higher Job Growth In 2014
Researchers at Wichita State University predict Kansas will see slightly higher job growth in 2014 than it did last year.
The Center for Economic Development and Business Research predicts employment will increase by 1.4 percent, or about 18,000 jobs.
Professional and business services are expected to see the biggest increase with more than 5,300 new jobs.
A net loss of 700 jobs is forecast for public employment.