Nationally in Labor Participation
New website can help those looking for jobs
22 May 2018
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) - Governor Jeff Colyer said people looking for jobs can soon find them all in one place and with the click of a mouse.
Gov. Colyer said the new Kansas Career Navigator website gives people real-time access to high-demand, high-paying jobs available locally and across the state.
"We have over 50,000 open jobs and in our situation, we have jobs looking for people," said Gov. Colyer. "And the Kansas Career Navigator is going to help match those jobs with qualified Kansas workers."
The jobs in highest demand are accountants, registered nurses and sales representatives.
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