Cathy Boote, a kindergarten teacher at Christa McAuliffe Academy in Wichita, helps students with a craft project. Education is one of the few sectors that will be expanding in terms of jobs in the Wichita area next year, according to a new jobs forecast from Wichita State University’s Center for Economic Development and Business Research.
Cathy Boote, a kindergarten teacher at Christa McAuliffe Academy in Wichita, helps students with a craft project. Education is one of the few sectors that will be expanding in terms of jobs in the Wichita area next year, according to a new jobs forecast from Wichita State University’s Center for Economic Development and Business Research. Suzanne Tobias The Wichita Eagle
Cathy Boote, a kindergarten teacher at Christa McAuliffe Academy in Wichita, helps students with a craft project. Education is one of the few sectors that will be expanding in terms of jobs in the Wichita area next year, according to a new jobs forecast from Wichita State University’s Center for Economic Development and Business Research. Suzanne Tobias The Wichita Eagle

Wichita will see job growth in 2018, but not by much

October 05, 2017 06:30 AM

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