Updated 71 days ago
1000 SW Jackson, Suite 100 Topeka, KS 66612
Kansas is globally recognized as a premier region for cattle product, but this heavy reliance on a single industry poses natural risks. Kansas must explore opportunities for further economic diversification while supporting the vibrancy and competitiveness of its Food and Agriculture sector. Further, the state must prepare and equip Kansas farmers and food manufacturing workers with new skills to succeed, including technical and analytical expertise... Kansas is specialized in several major advanced manufacturing subsectors and is forecasted to have a higher five-year employment growth than both peers and the U.S. in all major advanced manufacturing subsectors... Kansas has a high level of employment and specialization in major subsectors such as trucking and warehousing, and we need to stay on the forefront of these global trends to continue capturing growth and providing jobs for our logistics workers. Our central geographic location and urban cores could also help win logistics..
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