Kansas Affirmative Action 2015 Report

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See ​linked ​
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for county-by-county stats, and for comparison to previous years visit here: https://klic.dol.ks.gov/gsipub/index.asp?docid=446

Shawnee County (pg. 98)

Black Male Unemployment – 15.3%
3.8% of the county population
3.4% of the county working population

Black Women Unemployment – 5.6%

4.0% of the county population
3.8% of the county working population

Topeka MSA (pg. 7)

Black Male Unemployment – 15.2%
3.0% of the county population
2.7% of the county working population

Black Women Unemployment – 5.6%

3.1% of the county population
2.9% of the county working population

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Wyandotte County (pg. 114)

Black Male Unemployment – 19.7%
11.1% of the county population
10.4% of the county working population

Black Women Unemployment – 15.9%

13.2% of the county population
12.9% of the county working population

Kansas City MSA (pg. 8)

Black Male Unemployment – 14.5%
4.1% of the county population
3.8% of the county working population

Black Women Unemployment – 13.3%

4.3% of the county population
4.1% of the county working population

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Sedgwick County (pg. 96)

Black Male Unemployment – 13.4%
4.6% of the county population
4.1% of the county working population

Black Women Unemployment – 13.7%

4.6% of the county population
4.3% of the county working population

Wichita MSA (pg. 6)

Black Male Unemployment – 13.0%
3.9% of the county population
3.4% of the county working population

Black Women Unemployment – 13.7%

3.8% of the county population
3.5% of the county working population

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State of Kansas (pg. 4)

Black Male Unemployment – 13.5%
3.0% of the state population
2.7% of the county working population

Black Women Unemployment – 12.2%

2.8% of the county population
2.7% of the county working population

​Source: Kansas Department of Labor​, Labor Market Information Services

2015 Affirmative Action Report.pdf

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