Thursday, November 07, 2019

Kansas Economic 'Exodus' Underway???

Turns out there's not a lot of opportunity in this flatland as taxes continue to rise and the quality of living also take recent hits. Read more:

Kansas' sagging economic metrics help drive population exodus

Kansas employment, gross domestic product and average wage were among the standard metrics of economic vitality that suffered in the past decade to help reinforce the state's population exodus to Missouri, Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado and California.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

exodus to Missouri


Please keep your walking human excrement over on your side.

Anonymous said...

Interesting since a lot of people are leaving the crime ridden shit hole KCMO and moving there.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Dream on @5:40 they're staying in KCMO, just moving north of the River.

Anonymous said...

The chickens come home to roost. The comments highlight the issues with a local focus in a national / international economic scenario. The success of the flyover states is a function of the collaboration of the entire geographic area. The competition for jobs isn't KC vs. Johnson County; it is KC / St Louis vs. Chicago or Houston or Charlotte.