Kansas Needs More Migrants?!?

In an era when it's probably smarter for able-bodied young workers slog through a podcast or sell nudes rather than sweat it out doing manual labor. 

Here's a terrifying bit of market research revealing that there's STILL reason to welcome new friends from Central America and beyond . . .

"Researchers sent out surveys to ag businesses across Kansas, and there were over 260 respondents representing 1,500-2,000 employees. Sixty percent of them reported being short anywhere from 5%-60%."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Largest industry in Kansas experiencing labor shortage

Kansas State University and the Kansas Department of Agriculture recently completed a study finding 5,627-15,873 open jobs across 72 sectors of agriculture and ag-related industries in Kansas.