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Wichita State University Has Released Their Economic Prediction For 2022

According to the yearly jobs report from Wichita State’s Center for Economic Development and Business Research, the Kansas labor force has fully recovered, with the number of persons working returning to pre-pandemic levels. The state has seen substantial employment growth over the last 18 months and has returned even as many firms find themselves in …

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Wichita Chamber’s John Rolfe Discusses Business in 2022

What lies ahead in 2022 for some small firms that have survived the pandemic’s severe labor shortages, shutdowns, and supply chain bottlenecks might make or destroy them. We spoke with John Rolfe, the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce’s first Black President and CEO, about his plans to build regional business ties, actively lobby for pro-business …

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There Is A Plane That Takes Off From Amazon And Lands In Kansas Every Single Day

For its first stop in Kansas, Amazon chose the Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport in Wichita. At 2 a.m. on January 20, 2022, Amazon Air flew into Wichita for the first time, and the first plane landed just after 2am. This is Amazon Air’s first airport in and out of Kansas. This move will …

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Governor Laura Kelly Announces A $5.7 Million Investment In Wichita’s Business Community

Governor Laura Kelly commended Mid-Continent Aviation Services’ intention to double their staff and extend their current area by building a new hangar at Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport today. “Mid-Continent Aviation Services’ project is wonderful news for Wichita’s economy, with over $5.7 million in new dollars spent in Kansas and over 20 jobs generated,” Governor …

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Businesses In Wichita Will Be On The Lookout For Labor In 2022

As the year began in Wichita, doubts regarding available labor loomed big over the city as the year’s most pressing issue. Three years later, the question has resurfaced with a fury moving into 2022, exacerbated by the pandemic, and many businesses are exploring for new ways to meet labor needs, including a concentration on the …

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