Career & Employment
The Occupational Outlook handbook tells you specific information about different jobs including: training and education, earnings, expected job prospects, working conditions, and what workers do on the job.
The Kansas Labor Market Information page includes valuable research information including the Kansas wage survey and Kansas occupational outlook reports.
The O*Net has information on knowledge, skills, and abilities which are needed in different occupations. It also includes a listing of work tasks, wages and employment trends for each occupation.
Find the fastest growing occupations projected through 2014.
The 2012 Kansas Wage Survey includes wage and salary information from a survey of Kansas employers conducted in the second quarter of 2009. This survey includes information for the state, four metropolitan statistical areas, one geographic area, five local areas and the balance of the state.