KANSAS — The data is in, and the unemployment rate in Kansas saw a slight decline last month.
The Kansas Department of Labor reports last month’s rate was 7.2%, compared to 7.5% in June.
That means about 64,000 Kansans are currently without a job.
Locally speaking, Cherokee County is at about seven percent unemployment.
Crawford and Bourbon County are both at 6.9%.
And Labette County is at 7.2%.