Not only is Kansas’ job growth less than the national average and less than that of surrounding states (which didn’t cut their income taxes), much of the job growth occurring in Kansas is in lower-paying jobs. “Six out of the 10 fastest-growing jobs don’t pay enough to keep a family of three out of poverty,” according to the Kansas Center for Economic Growth.
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