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Explore the jobs creation record of presidents, starting with Harry S Truman. To examine the record of presidents regarding jobs, I gathered data from the…
For June 2020, total Kansas tax revenue fell by 4.8 percent from last June. For the just-completed fiscal year 2020, revenue was down by 5.7 percent from the previous year.
There is good news in the jobs report for June.
A visualization of employment, labor force, and the unemployment rate for metropolitan areas, now with data through May 2020.
For the Wichita metropolitan area in May 2020, the number of unemployed persons is up, the unemployment rate is up, and the number of people working is down, all by large amounts, when compared to the same month one year ago, but improving from April.
Action taken in April by President Donald J. Trump confirms: The tariffs he imposed on China are paid by Americans.
Wichita city population rose in 2019, but is still below its recent peak.
An interactive visualization of city and other populations. Each year the United States Census Bureau produces population estimates through its Population and Housing Unit Estimates…
An interactive visualization of monthly employment in the states by major industry category.
Monthly employment in the states by major industry category. The Bureau of Labor Statistics, part of the United States Department of Labor, gathers data about…
Salary data presented in an interactive visualization by occupation and by metropolitan area. Updated with data through 2019, and with additional data and charts.
After falling sharply in April, employment in Kansas rose in May 2020 as the response to the pandemic continued to affect the economy.
Examining changes in GDP and industry contribution in Kansas.
Due to an error, the unemployment rate for May is higher than the 13.3 percent figure widely reported today.
There is good news in the jobs report for May, if unexpected.
Here is the effect of the pandemic -- or rather, the effect of the response to the pandemic -- on Wichita metropolitan area employment.
For the Wichita metropolitan area in April 2020, the number of unemployed persons is up, the unemployment rate is up, and the number of people working is down, all by large amounts, when compared to the same month one year ago. Seasonal data shows the same trend.
For May 2020, total Kansas tax revenue fell by 20 percent from last May.