Thursday, January 11, 2018
Survey Seyz: Kansas City Metro Expects 14k More Low Paying 'Service' Jobs In 2018
Just a bit of economic forecasting for 2018 offers hope whilst using polite economic terms to describe low-wage part-time work.
KC Biz Joural: "The metro area is expected to add more than 14,000 jobs — an increase of 1.3 percent this year, according to the Center for Economic Development and Business Research at Wichita State University. The service sector will account for 86 percent of the area's net employment growth. The two fastest-growing service sectors are forecast to be professional business services and education…"
Read the whole thing . . .
Meanwhile, most of those jobs won't come close to helping workers earn what they would need to own a home.
You decide . . .